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    How Super Tuesday signals the start of the 2024 presidential primary calendar

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  • Trump looks for Super Tuesday sweep in what could be Haley's last stand

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  • High court says Trump should appear on Colorado ballot

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  • Biden campaign hopes investment in HBCUs will translate to electoral support in November

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  • Rep. Barbara Lee on what sets her apart from others in the California Senate primary

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  • Trump reacts after Supreme Court rules he cannot be removed from state ballots

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  • Special report: Supreme Court rules Trump cannot be removed from state ballots

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  • Trump praises Supreme Court ballot decision as a ‘Big win for America’

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  • Supreme Court rules Trump cannot be removed from any state ballot

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  • Nikki Haley wins first Republican primary ahead of Super Tuesday

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  • Vice President Harris marks 59th anniversary of Bloody Sunday

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  • Trump and Haley make final push ahead of Super Tuesday

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  • GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski says she won't vote for Trump in 2024

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  • Haley calls for ‘protections’ for embryos but says she supports IVF as it’s practiced in U.S.

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  • Trump ‘should have stopped’ January 6th ‘when it started,’ Haley says

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  • Nikki Haley says she’s not bound by RNC pledge to support Republican nominee

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  • The GOP primary is about the ‘direction’ of the Republican Party, Nikki Haley says

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  • Steve Kornacki: Nikki Haley could get ‘buried in a delegate avalanche’ on Super Tuesday

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  • Nikki Haley vows to stay in the race as long as she remains ‘competitive’: Full interview

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  • Voters cite immigration as top issue while Biden, Trump visit border

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Clinton Reaches Out to ‘Republican, Independent’ Voters

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At a rally in North Carolina, Hillary Clinton says, “I’m reaching out to everybody, not just Democrats, but Republicans and Independents.”