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  • Congress at stalemate on debt ceiling legislation

    06:55
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    08:57
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    07:41
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    11:33
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    07:17
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    05:08
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    06:07
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    03:58
  • Rep. Omar: Do Republicans want to continue their hypocrisy over committees?

    07:05
  • Sen. Booker to GOP on debt limit: Govern or get out of the way

    09:02
  • 'I know I'm preserving this seat': Arizona Democrat on running for Sinema's seat

    09:58
  • Lawrence on McCarthy: No speaker has ever reached so low for so little

    07:30
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    07:54

Report: Obama ready to endorse Clinton

04:27

New York Times reporter Michael Shear wrote that President Obama is “ready to aggressively campaign” for Hillary Clinton. He’s joined by NBC’s Andrea Mitchell and USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page to discuss.