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Some questions may never be answered.

(Charles Dharapak)
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In this edition: What candidates are talking about when they talk about "the dignity of work," New Hampshire voters' second choice and drama in North Carolina's 9th district.

Pence was accompanied on his trip by Tim Scott (R-S.C.) — the lone black Republican senator who has been critical of Trump at times.

Lee, who won election in November, said in a statement to the Tennessean that he regretted wearing the uniform at an “Old South” party while a student at Auburn University.

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Roger Stone’s dirty tricks just caught up with him

A judge rebuked Stone on Thursday for a suggestive social media post about her. And Stone's past made it difficult to give him the benefit of the doubt.

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Last week, Trump admitted his wall wasn’t being built. Now, he’s back to misleading.

An exchange that some people missed last week.

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It’s Mueller time (apparently). Here are four big questions.

The probe will likely wrap up soon. Here's what to watch for.

In 2016, there were six “Trump Place” buildings on the Upper West Side. Soon, there will be one.

The board’s vote followed Mark Harris’s testimony calling for a new election after he he had misspoken under oath earlier in the day. “The people of North Carolina deserve a fair election and deserve to have their votes counted proeprly,” said chairman Bob Cordle.

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A new poll reinforces the stark differences between parties.

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A review of television and online coverage shows more attention paid in recent days.

The vice president plans to travel to Colombia two days after Venezuela’s opposition leader threatened a showdown over aid.

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Here are the three reasons it’s worrisome.

  • Matthew Fuhrmann
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In addition to being a questionable argument on the merits.

Bolton vs. Biegun.

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A conversation with Roger McNamee on his new book "Zucked."

Investors are pressuring miners to act.

Once-wonky security proposals are now applause lines with voters.

Republican leaders have courted Trump’s secretary of state to return to his home state to seek the seat held by the retiring Sen. Pat Roberts (R).

States like Oregon are imposing new taxes to make up the difference.

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