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A House Republican often at odds with Speaker John Boehner launched a bid Tuesday to kick Boehner out of his job — an almost unheard-of rebellion.









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Democrats said they will strongly oppose what they called the latest Republican effort to weaken women's health care programs.









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The latest NBC News-Marist public opinion polls in Iowa and News Hampshire show two very different Donald Trumps - or at least two very different grou









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Hillary Clinton's opponents are using her unwillingness to answer whether or not she would authorize the Keystone XL pipeline as a chance to slam the









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A young girl at Hillary Clinton's New Hampshire town hall has a request for the presidential candidate.









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Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is asked a question by a young boy Tuesday at a New Hampshire town hall.









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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry appears on Capitol Hill at a House hearing on the Iranian nuclear agreement.









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President Barack Obama joking that he thought he was "pretty good" at his job and could win a third White House term.









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First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.









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A roundup of the most important political stories of the day.









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President Obama rebuked African leaders about rights and democracy, saying those who did not step aside at the end of their terms risked "strife."









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Controversial new comments by a Donald Trump organization lawyer are dominating talk in the GOP race.









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Jeb Bush told MSNBC's Jose Diaz-Balart that he was "herido," Spanish for "hurt," by Donald Trump's comments about undocumented Mexican immigrants during an interview conducted entirely in Spanish on Monday.









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"We need to use strong words when people make strong threats," the former Arkansas governor said Tuesday.









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With the first Republican presidential debate just days away, the party's White House contenders seem to be doing all they can to get voters' attention.









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Here's the breakdown of who's spending what, according to ad-buying data from SMG Delta.









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The Supreme Court ruled last month that independent redistricting commissions are constitutional, but are they effective









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After a deep dive into our latest NBC News/Marist polls of Iowa and New Hampshire, here's our take on some winners and losers from the poll









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Hillary Clinton pledged Monday to make America "the world's clean energy superpower," but said her former role as secretary of state prevents her from weighing in on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline.









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Vice President Joe Biden and Governor Andrew Cuomo make an announcement on infrastructure in New York City.









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