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Monday, August 3, 2015

MSNBC Politics

Obama Announces Aggressive Plan to Counter Air Pollution

1 hour 45 minutes ago
President Obama unveils a "Clean Power Plan" Monday at the White House.

Obama Unveils Ambitious Plan to Combat Climate Change

2 hours 12 minutes ago
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. by Andrew Rafferty

Watch Live: Obama Speaks at Clean Power Plan Event

3 hours 11 minutes ago
President Obama delivers remarks at a Clean Power Plan event at the White House.

Jimmy Carter Has Small Mass Removed From Liver

3 hours 27 minutes ago
The Center Center says he's expected to make a full recovery. by Erin McClam

Obama at African Summit: Racism Is 'Infuriating,' 'I Have No Patience for It'

4 hours 36 minutes ago
President Obama delivers remarks at the Young African Leaders Initiative summit at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Poll: American Public Divided on Iran Nuclear Deal

5 hours 19 minutes ago
The American public is divided on the Iran nuclear deal, with 35 percent supporting it and 33 percent against it. by Mark Murray

Democrats Skeptical of Joe Biden 2016 Candidacy

5 hours 44 minutes ago
Many prominent Democrats are skeptical of Vice President Joe Biden as a presidential candidate for now. by Perry Bacon Jr.

First Read: Hillary Clinton to Air $2 Million in TV Ads

8 hours 9 minutes ago
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. by Chuck Todd and Mark Murray and Carrie Dann

First Read's Morning Clips

8 hours 25 minutes ago
A roundup of the most important political news stories of the day.

75% of Latinos Have Negative View of Donald Trump: Poll

10 hours 5 minutes ago
More than half believe that his comments about Mexican immigrants were "insulting and racist." by Carrie Dann

Murky Rules Boost Political Party 'Slush Funds'

12 hours 17 minutes ago
Lawyers say the money could legally pay for some election-related costs such as opposition research and data mining. by Carrie Levine, Center for Public Integrity

Former Beau Biden Adviser Joins Effort to Get Joe Running

Yesterday
A senior adviser to Joe Biden's late son Beau is joining the Draft Biden Super PAC to lay the financial groundwork for a potential presidential bid. by Kasie Hunt

Trump Campaign Staffer Fired After Racist Posts Uncovered

Yesterday
Business Insider reported the racist posts on Trump campaign staffer Sam Nunberg's Facebook page dated back to 2007. by Katy Tur and Elisha Fieldstadt

Will Joe Biden Jump Into the Presidential Race?

Yesterday
Vice President Biden has not closed the door to a presidential run, according to NBC News sources, but it is far from clear he will enter the 2016 campaign, with much of the Democratic Party already behind Hillary Clinton. by Perry Bacon Jr.

Donald Trump's Debate Plan: 'I Want to Be Me'

Yesterday
He said in an interview with NBC's Meet the Press that he's "not looking to take anybody out or be nasty to anybody." by Carrie Dann and Shawna Thomas

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