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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders formally kicked off his underdog White House bid on Tuesday, promising to build a grassroots movement of millions ready to "to stand up and fight back."







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Scott Walker's admission Tuesday that he may skip Florida's March 15 primary (if he runs) is significant for a few reasons.







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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker suggested that he might skip the March 15 Florida primary.







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A federal judge has ordered that the documents be released on a "rolling basis" every 60 days.







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Bush proposed the ideas to NBC News Special Anchor Maria Schriver during an email exchange.







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Mark Murray and Carrie Dann break down the ever-growing presidential field.







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Press Secretary Josh Earnest holds the daily briefing.







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McCain announced in April that he's running for re-election.







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He doesn't have the backing of a group close to home -- his own state's congressional delegation.







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Erin Tuttle didn't think of herself as an activist, until her son came home with math work that looked unfamiliar and confusing.







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Democratic Presidential Candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders talks with CNBC's John Harwood about his views on income inequality, Hillary Clinton and whether he stands a chance of winning.







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It's rare for the Senate to agree on just about anything these days, and that includes what to watch on television.







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Memorial Day is the unofficial kick-off of summer for many Americans - marked with a backyard BBQs and/or trips to beach and to car dealerships.







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He won the presidential straw poll at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference on Saturday with 25.4% of the vote.







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The Senate blocked a House-passed bill and a short-term extension of the USA Patriot Act during a marathon session that earlier saw them pass a bill giving President Barack Obama "fast-track" trade power.







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The Senate passed a bill that would give President Barack Obama "fast-track" authority to negotiate the massive 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact.







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The documents span a two year period from January 2011 to December 2012







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President Barack Obama signed into law on Friday legislation giving lawmakers a chance to review any nuclear deal the White House seeks to hammer out with Iran.







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