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The White House's push to deport Central American immigrants who arrive here illegally has sharply driven down the number trying to enter the U.S.









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Bernie Sanders argues that he can close a presidential leadership gap that's persisted over the eight years of the Obama administration.









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Harry Belafonte has endorsed Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders for president, NBC News has learned.









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First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.









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A roundup of the most important political news stories of the day









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The political world is still digesting the results from the New Hampshire primary. One consequence could be Michael Bloomberg coming off the sidelines.









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"These guys are just regular Republicans," he said of his dwindling crowd of rivals.









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It had been nine years since President Obama last visited Springfield Illinois. He seemed to savor the nostalgic trip down memory lane.









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Senators put aside party politics and overwhelmingly voted to back a bill aimed at derailing North Korea's quest for a nuclear weapon.









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The Congressional Black Caucus PAC endorsed Hillary Clinton on Thursday to help her campaign win over minority voters in upcoming primary contests.









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Federal transportation regulators and the country's main pilots union are warning against shipping large quantities of lithium ion batteries.









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As the haze of the New Hampshire primary hangover clears, this particular moment in the political narrative feels a little like this: Everything has changed, but nothing has changed.









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Chris Christie dropped out but he did more to alter the outcome of the Republican primary than any other candidate so far.









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The U.S. Justice Department filed a lawsuit Wednesday seeking to force Ferguson to make the policing reforms it had earlier agreed to adopt.









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President Obama returned to the place where his first presidential campaign began with a promise to bridge America's deep political divide.









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Chris Christie's campaign began on June 30, 2015 and ended after a disappointing showing in the New Hampshire primary. Here are some of the highs and lows of the campaign.









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Once lauded as a party savior, Christie failed to gain traction for his bid but helped stall the momentum of rival Marco Rubio.









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The Bernie Sanders campaign announced Wednesday that it had raised $5.2 million since the senator's victory in the New Hampshire Democratic primary.









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A leading Indiana Republican vying for his party's nomination for the soon-to-be-open Senate seat is defending his run in the March 3rd primary.









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