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President Barack Obama on Monday announced an ambitious plan to drastically reduce carbon pollution from U.S. power plants in an effort to address what he called the greatest threat facing future generations.









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Forty-seven percent of Republican registered voters said that he is harming the image of the party, versus 35 percent who say he is helping.









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Many prominent Democrats are skeptical of Vice President Joe Biden as a presidential candidate for now.









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Rumors are swirling that Joe Biden may enter the 2016 presidential race, but sources tell NBC News that he remains undecided about whether to take on the political fight of his life.









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There were not enough votes in the Senate Monday to advance a bill that would take away more than $500 million in funding from the organization.









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The latest NBC/WSJ poll shows stark partisan divides in how the organizations are viewed.









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The bad news for Hillary Clinton in the new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll: More Americans view her negatively than they did a month ago.









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Between Rand Paul's chainsaw tricks, Ben Carson's flawless performance in children's game "Operation" and now Ted Cruz's use of a firearm to coo









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President Obama unveils a "Clean Power Plan" Monday at the White House.









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President Obama delivers remarks at a Clean Power Plan event at the White House.









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Press Secretary Josh Earnest holds the daily briefing at the White House.









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President Obama delivers remarks at the Young African Leaders Initiative summit at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.









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The American public is divided on the Iran nuclear deal, with 35 percent supporting it and 33 percent against it.









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Business Insider reported the racist posts on Trump campaign staffer Sam Nunberg's Facebook page dated back to 2007.









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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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Vice President Biden has not closed the door to a presidential run, according to NBC News sources, but it is far from clear he will enter the 2016 campaign, with much of the Democratic Party already behind Hillary Clinton.









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A senior adviser to Joe Biden's late son Beau is joining the Draft Biden Super PAC to lay the financial groundwork for a potential presidential bid.









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More than half believe that his comments about Mexican immigrants were "insulting and racist."









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