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As New Hampshire heads to the polls, Chuck Todd goes behind the scenes of the TODAY Show, Morning Joe and First Read.









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Full coverage: Every angle on the races can be found at Decision 2016.









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President Barack Obama proposed a $4.1 trillion spending plan for fiscal year 2017 on Tuesday in a final White House budget.









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The Ohio governor hopes his famously unscripted pitch to voters will pay off in the Granite State.









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North Korea wants to make a missile "capable of posing a direct threat" to the U.S., National Intelligence Director James Clapper told Congress.









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There are some things you never think you'll hear a presidential candidate say — even Donald Trump.









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If the Iowa caucuses all came down to turnout on the Democratic side, New Hampshire will come down to spin.









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MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Less than 24 hours before polls opened in New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary, Chris Christie was on bended knee.It was th









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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 news stories of the day.









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Chuck Todd, moderator of Meet the Press, and Mark Halperin, managing editor of Bloomberg Politics, join TODAY's Savannah Guthrie to discuss the latest news from New Hampshire.









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Bernie Sanders, frontrunner? It sure feels like it on the campaign trail, where the famously independent senator is suddenly acting like









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Hillary Clinton still holds a double-digit national lead over Bernie Sanders after a close contest in Iowa last week.









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Donald Trump continues to hold a commanding lead in the Republican presidential nominating contest, according to our most recent poll.









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Going into New Hampshire's Tuesday Primary, the poll numbers uniformly suggest businessman Donald Trump.









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Kasich had called all nine voters in Dixville Notch and Sanders is widely considered to have the hometown advantage on the Democratic side.









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A look back at the makeup of the electorate during the past two election cycles gives a glimpse at how the voters make their picks.









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Kasich had called all nine voters in Dixville Notch and Sanders is widely considered to have the hometown advantage on the Democratic side.









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Because then he could tell everyone how he really feels.









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Jeb Bush Calls For Amendment to Fix Citizens United









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