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Joe Biden meets his make-or-break moment in South Carolina

The former vice president hopes a strong win in the state will propel him into the Super Tuesday primaries, for which he has little money or organization.
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Pelosi faces a challenge to House majority beyond her control: Bernie Sanders

Typically a hands-on manager, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) suddenly finds herself in the unusual role of bystander as her party’s voters choose a presidential nominee.
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Bernie Sanders and the authoritarian double standard

His rivals slam his Cold War-era views. His defenders point to Washington’s current coddling of strongmen and autocrats.

Walmart’s ‘Great Workplace’ program means job cuts

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