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With the final lineup set for the first Republican presidential debate, lower polling candidates are reacting, some angrily, to being left out of the main event.









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NBC's Peter Alexander talks with presidential candidate Sen. Rick Santorum about the debate process and his strategy going forward.









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The wait is over.









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Welcome to The Lid, your afternoon dose of the 2016 ethosÂ… Chris Christie told a room full of people Tuesday that he's used "more than just the rhythm









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President Obama talks at the first annual White House Demo Day, featuring entrepreneurs from around the country and their innovations.









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He delved into the meaning of his Catholic faith and his own use of birth control.









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President Obama attends a White House Demo Day event and speaks to entrepreneurs from across the country about their ideas.









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Your move, Gawker.The online media outlet released Donald Trump's personal cell phone number on Tuesday, telling readers to "call Donald Trump an









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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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While at a town hall in New Hampshire, Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie talks about the amount of money he will pay this year for his children to attend college.









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









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Politicians on the right and the left say the fight over funding Planned Parenthood isn't over.









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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton surrendered to law enforcement on Monday after being indicted last week on three felonies.









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14 GOP candidates gathered in New Hampshire for a forum that both served as a warmup for the upcoming showdown and a reminder of the clunkiness that comes with such a crowded field of competitors.









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The Center Center says he's expected to make a full recovery.









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President Barack Obama on Monday announced an ambitious plan to drastically reduce carbon pollution from U.S. power plants in an effort to address what he called the greatest threat facing future generations.









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Forty-seven percent of Republican registered voters said that he is harming the image of the party, versus 35 percent who say he is helping.









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Many prominent Democrats are skeptical of Vice President Joe Biden as a presidential candidate for now.









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Rumors are swirling that Joe Biden may enter the 2016 presidential race, but sources tell NBC News that he remains undecided about whether to take on the political fight of his life.









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There were not enough votes in the Senate Monday to advance a bill that would take away more than $500 million in funding from the organization.









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