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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

MSNBC Politics

Bernie Sanders: Campaign Will be 'A Movement of Millions'

Yesterday
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders formally kicked off his underdog White House bid on Tuesday, promising to build a grassroots movement of millions ready to "to stand up and fight back." by Andrew Rafferty

The Lid: Scott Walker Already Ceding Florida Primary?

Yesterday
Scott Walker's admission Tuesday that he may skip Florida's March 15 primary (if he runs) is significant for a few reasons. by Carrie Dann and Andrew Rafferty

Scott Walker Might Skip Florida Primary

Yesterday
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker suggested that he might skip the March 15 Florida primary.

Jeb Bush: Boost Funding to Cure Alzheimer's, Speed Up Drug Approval

Yesterday
Bush proposed the ideas to NBC News Special Anchor Maria Schriver during an email exchange.

Who's Going to 'Pop'? The Presidential Field Gets Bigger

Yesterday
Mark Murray and Carrie Dann break down the ever-growing presidential field.

Top Dem Senate Recruit Ann Kirkpatrick to Challenge John McCain

Yesterday
McCain announced in April that he's running for re-election.

State Department to Outline Timetable for Clinton Email Release

Yesterday
A federal judge has ordered that the documents be released on a "rolling basis" every 60 days.

He's In, But Vermont's Delegation Isn't Ready for Bernie

Yesterday
He doesn't have the backing of a group close to home -- his own state's congressional delegation. by Mark Murray

The 2016 Race is About to Get Even More Crowded

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

First Read's Morning Clips

Yesterday
A roundup of the most important political news stories of the day

Bernie Sanders Asks if American Economy is 'Moral'

Yesterday
Democratic Presidential Candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders talks with CNBC's John Harwood about his views on income inequality, Hillary Clinton and whether he stands a chance of winning.

They're Just Like Us! Senators Sound Off on Favorite TV Shows

2 days ago
It's rare for the Senate to agree on just about anything these days, and that includes what to watch on television. by Rachel Witkin

Everything You Didn't Know About Common Core

2 days ago
Erin Tuttle didn't think of herself as an activist, until her son came home with math work that looked unfamiliar and confusing. by Leigh Ann Caldwell

Where You Live May Reveal How You're Spending Memorial Day

2 days ago
Memorial Day is the unofficial kick-off of summer for many Americans - marked with a backyard BBQs and/or trips to beach and to car dealerships. by Dante Chinni

Ben Carson Captures Early GOP Straw Poll

5 days ago
He won the presidential straw poll at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference on Saturday with 25.4% of the vote.

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