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Crowds of people take photos of the White House lighted in the rainbow colors in Washington on June 26, 2015. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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2016 Has Been A Mixed Bag For LGBT Politics

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At a news conference Friday night, Hillary Clinton called on the FBI to release more information about its investigation into emails connected to Anthony Weiner and her private email server. Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Republican Stephanie Hill (left) and Democrat Rie Frisa of Nevada are neighbors with opposing political views who support each other's voting decision. David Greene/NPR hide caption

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Nevada Neighbors Favor Different Presidential Candidates

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(Left) Donald Trump arrives on stage to speak during a campaign rally at the on Monday in Tampa, Fla. (Right) Hillary Clinton greets supporters during a campaign rally at Broward College on Tuesday in Coconut Creek, Fla. Joe Raedle and Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Listen: Meet Some Of The Voters In The Rally Lines

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Marcos Spence of Dallas hands out volunteer fliers outside a Donald Trump campaign rally in Austin, Texas, in August. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Why Texas Is Closer To Turning Blue Than It Has Been In Decades

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Donald Trump, shown speaking at a March rally in Salt Lake City, ended up losing the GOP caucus there — badly. Now, there's a real chance he could lose in November in the deep-red state. George Frey/Getty Images hide caption

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Voters line up to vote early at the Supervisor of Elections Office in Bradenton, Fla., on Monday. Multiple House districts in the state could flip for the opposite part in this election. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Jeffrey Goldberg was named as The Atlantic's new top editor earlier this month. Lynn Goldsmith hide caption

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Atlantic Editor On Acrimony In U.S.: 'I Have To Imagine That It Actually Gets Worse'

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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump walk off stage Wednesday after the third and final presidential debate at the University of Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nev. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sexism Is Out In The Open In The 2016 Campaign. That May Have Been Inevitable

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Divided States: 4 Florida Voters Weigh In After The Final Presidential Debate

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Despite cybersecurity and hacks being a constant issue during the campaign, neither Donald Trump, nor Hillary Clinton professes to have expertise in this policy area. Mark Ralston/AP hide caption

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Cyber Aggression Takes A Back Seat To Other Presidential Campaign Issues

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