Tamara Keith Tamara Keith is a NPR White House Correspondent.

Black Lives Matter activists confronted Democratic candidates Martin O'Malley and Bernie Sanders at a Netroots Nation event earlier this month. O'Malley used the phrase "all lives matter" twice, which he later apologized for. Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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Democratic Candidates Stumble Over Black Lives Matter Movement

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From Hollywood To Des Moines, In Search Of Political Action

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Five Candidates, One Stage: Democrats Deliver Their 2016 Pitches

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Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders Tout Small Donors; Here's The Math

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Obama Sees Long Legacy For Iran Deal; GOP's 2016 Candidates Want It Gone

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In Congress, A Mixed Reaction To Iran Nuclear Deal

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Clinton Unveils Economic Plan Focusing On Middle Class

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Gray Barrett (right) took this selfie with Rand Paul in Washington, D.C., this summer. "Though I'm not a Rand Paul supporter, I couldn't pass up this opportunity!" he said. Courtesy Gray Barrett hide caption

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How To Take A Picture-Perfect Presidential Candidate Selfie

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Supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., cheer at a campaign rally in Portland, Maine. Sanders is packing 'em in: 10,000 people in Madison, Wis.; more than 2,500 in Council Bluffs, Iowa; another 7,500 in Portland. Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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Clinton Acknowledges Competitive Race As Sanders Gains Momentum

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Republican presidential candidate and TV personality Donald Trump arrives by escalator to the tune of "Rockin' in the Free World." Musician Neil Young did not approve of his song choice. Brendan McDermid /Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Trump's Campaign Theme Song Headache? Blame Michael Jackson, Sort Of

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Does The Drip, Drip, Drip Of Clinton's Email Controversy Matter?

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With less than two years left in his presidency, President Obama has been less scripted and appears less confined by politics. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Less-Restrained Obama Finally Says 'Bucket'

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