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'Seize the Moment': Nuke Talks Extended Another Day

Iran called on the U.S. and other global powers to "seize the moment and use this opportunity which may not be repeated."








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Menendez Indictment: Blow To Latino Political Influence

The trajectory of Latinos' political influence can't be charted without including Sen.



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California Orders Unprecedented Water Restrictions Amid Drought

California is taking unprecedented measures to deal with its historic drought.








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Sen. Robert Menendez Indicted on Corruption Charges

N.J. U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez has been indicted on federal corruption charges in connection with his business dealings with a Florida doctor.








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California Orders Unprecedented Water Restrictions Amid Drought

California is taking unprecedented measures to deal with its historic drought.








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Former Walker Aide To Report to Jail

A former aide to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is expected to start her six month prison sentence on Wednesday, a reminder of the ongoing controversy and investigations into his office.



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White House 'Prepared to Walk Away' If Iran Talks Stall

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says the Obama administration is prepared to walk away from nuclear talks with Iran should the negotiations begin to stall.








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Hillary Clinton Tweets Opposition to Arkansas Religious Freedom Law

Hillary Clinton on Wednesday urged Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson to veto a religious freedom bill.








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Obama Approves Targeted Sanctions Against Cyberattackers

President Barack Obama authorized the first sanctions program directed at individuals or groups that carry out cyberattacks against U.S. interests.








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First Read: What Republicans Can Learn from the Indiana Law Controversy

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








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First Read's Morning Clips

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








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Top Dems Durbin and Schumer Feud Over Power Posts

Senate Democrats could soon be in the middle of a messy battle for the No. 2 spot in leadership.








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Benghazi Panel Wants to Talk to Hillary Clinton by May 1

GOP says the move is necessary because Clinton declined the committee's request to turn her personal email server over to a third party.








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Rahm Emanuel's Rival Hopes to Build Landmark Victory with Latino Supporters










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White House: Indiana Law 'Not Fair,' or 'Consistent With Our Values'

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest levels sharp criticism toward Indiana's controversial law protecting religious freedom. Groups opposing the law say it opens the door to discriminate against the LGBT community.








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House Speaker John Boehner Visits Middle East to Discuss ISIS, Iran

House Speaker John Boehner is leading a delegation of congressional Republicans to the Middle East this week.








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First Read: Where 2016 Contenders Stand on Indiana's Religious Freedom Law

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








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First Read's Morning Clips

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








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Backlash to Indiana 'Religious Freedom' Law a Hurdle for GOP

The debate over Indiana's new religious freedom law rages.








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What Would Ted Cruz Do, Ask Pro-Immigration Evangelicals?

While Ted Cruz has taken a hardline approach on immigration reform, evangelicals have become activists on the issue in Washington and on the pulpit.








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