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Vice President Pence speaks during a campaign event for Pennsylvania congressional candidate Rick Saccone in February. Pence is playing a big role in Republicans' midterm election campaign. Pete Marovich/Getty Images hide caption

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Pence's Midterm Message Shows How His Future Depends On Trump's Success

Vice President Pence is stumping all over the country, touting President Trump's record, proving his loyalty to his boss — and GOP voters — while building relationships that could pay dividends.

Migrant children now housed in a tent encampment under the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy are shown walking in single file at the facility near the Mexican border in Tornillo, Texas, on June 19. Mike Blake/Reuters hide caption

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'I'm Crushed': Migrant Parents, Advocates Press For Family Reunification

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Vice President Pence speaks during a campaign event for Pennsylvania congressional candidate Rick Saccone in February. Pence is playing a big role in Republicans' midterm election campaign. Pete Marovich/Getty Images hide caption

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Pence's Midterm Message Shows How His Future Depends On Trump's Success

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When the First Congregational Church of Oakland decided to hang a Black Lives Matter sign, they started a conversation that led them to try to stop calling police, especially on people of color. Sandhya Dirks /KQED hide caption

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Oakland Church Steps Out On Faith And Pledges To Stop Calling Police

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