Danielle Kurtzleben Danielle Kurtzleben is a political correspondent assigned to NPR's Washington Desk.
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Ron DeSantis, seen speaking to reporters from Fox News in 2018 when he was running for governor of Florida, has been prominent in a recent trend of Republicans ignoring or actively avoiding mainstream press, particularly national outlets. John Raoux/AP hide caption

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Republicans have long feuded with the mainstream media. Now many are shutting them out

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Many Republicans on the campaign trail are shunning mainstream press

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Kansans vote to keep abortion legal in the state, reject constitutional amendment

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Kansas votes on amendment that could lead to tighter abortion laws

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The next battle over abortion rights is taking place in Kansas

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The impact of the Jan. 6 hearings on American voters

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Midterm elections will only go so far in ensuring policy gains for abortion rights

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Abortion rights demonstrator Elizabeth White leads a chant in response to the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization ruling in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on June 24, 2022. Brandon Bell/Getty Images hide caption

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Frustration at Biden and other Democrats grows among abortion-rights supporters

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Many abortion rights supporters are frustrated with Democrats

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How Congress responds to Roe decision may affect which party gets control in November

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Ikea provides yet another service to the world: a catalog of baby names

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Cooper Raiff wrote and directed 'Cha Cha Real Smooth.' He's also the party starter

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