Hillary Clinton talks Trump, e-mail server and Biden on MSNBC

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sat down for an extended interview with MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell. Here's what she had to say about her possible 2016 competition, and the e-mail controversy that won't die.

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A Washington Post-ABC News poll shows that women of color have steadfastly remained in Hillary Clinton's corner.

Close friends and associates say Biden is still reeling from the death of his 46-year-old son, Beau Biden, who passed away in May after a bout with brain cancer.

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Christie: "This president has allowed these folks to be slaughtered."

President Obama closed out his Alaska tour with a trip to the tiny town of Kotzebue, becoming the first sitting president to set foot in the Alaska Arctic.

"He’s the sitting vice president. He’s certainly going to be a commanding presence in the race."

President Obama’s first Instagram posts include views of Alaskan wilderness from Marine One, a photo with a constituent and, of course, a selfie.

The vice president's talk at a Jewish community center was designed to quell concerns about the historic deal.

"Instead of hope and change, we’ve seen racial tensions worsen and a tendency to use law enforcement as a scapegoat," Walker said.

The vice president reemerges as buzz around a possible presidential bid grows.

The surge of interest in Obama's deputy continues as Biden heads to Florida.

Hide your kids. Hide your wife. POTUS is taking photos from his Alaska adventures.

People don't love Hillary Clinton. But for now, she's good enough for Democrats.

The State Department released more than 7,000 pages of e-mails sent or received by Hillary Clinton as part of an ongoing probe into her private e-mail server. The Post’s Anne Gearan discusses their content and what these releases mean to Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Numbers, they can be deceiving.

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