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Backlash to Indiana 'Religious Freedom' Law a Hurdle for GOP

The debate over Indiana's new religious freedom law illustrates an increasingly tough challenge for Republican Party politicians.

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Marco Rubio to Announce Political Future on April 13

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said Monday he will announce whether or not he will run for president on April 13.

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Obama Urges Congress to Follow Ted Kennedy's Example

President Barack Obama lamented the increasingly partisan nature of Congressional politics and called on leaders in Washington to follow the example set by the late Sen. Ted Kennedy during the dedication of an institute named for the "liberal lion" on Monday.

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Iraq War Vet, Double Amputee Tammy Duckworth is Running for Senate

An Iraq war veteran who is a double amputee, Duckworth was first elected to the House in 2012.

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Watch Live: Obama Speaks at Edward Kennedy Institute Opening

President Obama delivers remarks at the opening of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute in Boston, Mass.

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President Barack Obama to Visit Kenya in July

The president, whose father was from Kenya, will visit the country as part of the 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Summit.

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Race Against the Clock: Progress and Setbacks at Nuke Talks

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

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First Read's Morning Clips

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

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Obama's Passport Details Accidentally Revealed: Report

The Guardian reported that an immigration officer inadvertently sent the personal details of leaders attending last Novembers G-20 summit to the wrong person.

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Rubio Eyes Mid-April to Announce Presidential Bid

The Florida Republican senator is still looking at locations for the roll out, but wants to pick a spot that has meaning for Cuban Americans.

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ComPRESSed: Saudi Arabia Responds to Potential Nuclear Deal

This week's episode of 'Meet the Press' ComPRESSed deals with pilots and mental health, Iran nuclear talks, fighting in Yemen and Hillary Clinton.

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A Lion Remembered: The Edward M. Kennedy Institute

Chuck Todd takes a tour of the interactive Senate institute with Vicki Kennedy.

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Hillary Clinton Email Controversy Continues

The MTP Roundtable breaks down the ongoing controversy over Hillary Clinton's private email server.

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Saudi Ambassador: Actions in Yemen Not Part of a 'Proxy War'

Ambassador Adel al-Jubeir says that Saudi Arabia is acting to protect the government in Yemen.

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Is There a New Proxy War Between Iran and Saudi Arabia?

Richard Engel reports on the growing conflict for power in the Middle East between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

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Iran Nuclear Talk 'Pessimism is Very Real'

Former Amb. to Iraq and nuclear negotiator Christopher Hill says the Iran nuclear deal is going to be hard to sell in DC and Tehran.

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Is the Germanwings Tragedy a 'Mental Health Failure'?

NBC's Tom Costello and aviation psychology expert Dr. Erin Bowen discuss Andreas Lubitz and mental health checks for pilots.

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Ted Cruz and the SEC Primary

The path to the GOP presidential nomination may go through southern churches. This week's #MTP NerdScreen explores the power of the evangelical vote.

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Inside the Departure of the White House Florist

Chief White House Florist Laura Dowling had been escorted from the White House after her resignation earlier this year...

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The Week in 2016: What Mattered (And What Didn't)

Here's a look back at the past week in the 2016 presidential contest, making sense of the developments and events that we think mattered



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