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Former Vice President Joe Biden leaves after addressing striking workers at the Stop & Shop in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston on April 18. He is expected to launch a presidential campaign within days. Jonathan Wiggs/The Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Democrats Consider: Is A White, Straight Man The Safe Bet Against Trump?

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Robert Mueller testifies before Congress in 2013. A redacted version of Mueller's report as special counsel was released on Thursday. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Impact Of The Mueller Report On The 2020 Elections

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Trump Seizes On Idea Of Sending Immigrants To Sanctuary Cities

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Attorney General William Barr has signaled that he will play a rather different role from recent predecessors who were caught between warring executive and legislative powers. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Politics In The News: Sanctuary Cities

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gestures as he addresses supporters at his Likud Party headquarters in Tel Aviv on election night early on Wednesday. Thomas Coex/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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State Department Tried To Dissuade WikiLeaks From Posting U.S. Documents

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Americans Are Divided Over Whether Transgender People Should Be In The Military

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Assange Faces U.S. Extradition After Years Holed Up In Ecuador's Embassy

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Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont says he is set to release his tax returns Monday. For the first time in his career, it's been revealed that Sanders is now, in fact, a millionaire. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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