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Friday, July 1, 2016

MSNBC Politics

Trump's Reddit Fan Club Grapples With Crackdown, Civil War

3 hours 2 minutes ago
A popular subreddit is plagued by constant infighting and infiltration by white supremacists. Now the site is changing its rules. by Benjy Sarlin

Attorney General's Meeting With Bill Clinton Raises Questions

3 hours 53 minutes ago
Critics expressed concerns about a private talk between the attorney general and the former president at an Arizona airport.

Scandals Plague Veepstakes Contenders

3 hours 57 minutes ago
Trump's campaign is vetting Newt Gingrich for VP — and the Clinton campaign may reconsider Sen.Tim Kaine over gifts.

Albanian Town Unveils Statue of Hillary Clinton

5 hours 3 minutes ago
The mayor of Saranda said they wanted to honor the U.S. presidential candidate for her commitment to Albania, Kosovo and women's rights.

Trump Faces Wild Questions in N.H. Town Hall

Yesterday
Donald Trump faced a number of wild questions at a town hall here Thursday, including one from a woman who suggested he replace "heebeejabees" working as TSA officers with veterans. by Alexandra Jaffe

The Lid: The #NeverTrump Movement's Latest Potential Roadblock

Yesterday
Get The Lid straight to your inbox each afternoon -- click here to sign up. by Carrie Dann and Andrew Rafferty

DHS: 'Expect Enhanced Security' for Holiday

Yesterday
Travelers bound for barbecues and the beach should expect stepped up security at the nation's airports as the DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson told Congress. by Safia Samee Ali

Indiana's Mike Pence 'In Play' as Possible Trump VP Pick

Yesterday
The Indiana governor has had no direct contact with the Trump campaign since before the state's April primary but by Vaughn Hillyard and Kelly O'Donnell and Kristen Welker

Rulings May Threaten Voting Rights This Fall

Yesterday
Three separate court rulings to uphold voting restrictions are likely to increase the number of voters disenfranchised this fall. by Zachary Roth

Obama Cements Historic LGBT Rights Legacy

Yesterday
In a matter of weeks, the Department of Defense is expected to announce an end to its longstanding ban on openly transgender service members in the mi by Emma Margolin

Pentagon Lifts Ban on Transgender Service Members Serving Openly

Yesterday
Transgender men and women will be allowed to openly serve — the latest move in a series of historic shifts on gender policy for the nation's military. by Courtney Kube and Halimah Abdullah

House GOP To Move on Measures to Block Terrorists from Buying Guns

Yesterday
The House will move next week on an anti-terrorism package that will have a provision to stop terrorists from buying guns, sources tell NBC News. by Luke Russert and Alex Moe

RNC Rules Proposal Aims to Thwart "Never Trump" Forces

Yesterday
A draft rule, obtained by MSNBC, would effectively lock in Donald Trump as the GOP nominee and kill the "Stop Trump" movement once and for all. by Ari Melber and Marti Hause and Brad Gold

Clinton Allies Announce New National Security Group to Counter Trump

Yesterday
Prominent national security voices aligned with Hillary Clinton announced on Wednesday the formation of a new alliance aimed at countering Donald Trump's military and foreign policy rhetoric. by Emma Kinery

First Read: Breaking Down Trump's Brutal June

Yesterday
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

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