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Thursday, May 26, 2016

MSNBC Politics

11 States to Sue Over Transgender Bathroom Directive

Yesterday
Texas and 10 other states are suing the Obama administration over a new directive about transgender students' bathroom access in public schools. by Emma Margolin and The Associated Press

Clinton to Shirtless Supporters: Please Don't Take Anything Else Off

Yesterday
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is distracted by some shirtless members of the crowd in Buena Park, California.

Ryan: 'I Haven't Made a Decision' on a Trump Endorsement

Yesterday
"I haven't made a decision," Ryan told reporters in an off-camera briefing Wednesday. "I don't have a timeline in my mind." by Luke Russert and Carrie Dann

McCain Challenges Reid on Senate Floor Over Defense Bill

Yesterday
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., asks Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., to explain his position on whether to approve the defense authorization bill.

TSA Chief: More Screeners Heading to O'Hare This Week

Yesterday
The TSA chief said 58 new screeners are starting this week at Chicago O"Hare International Airport to speed-up security lines. by Corky Siemaszko

Obama: U.S. to Cooperate in Okinawa Murder Investigation

Yesterday
President Obama said on Wednesday the U.S. will cooperate with Japan's investigation into a Japanese woman's murder. A retired Marine was arrested. by Stacey Klein and Halimah Abdullah

Obama Comments on Arrest of Former Marine in Murder Probe

Yesterday
President Obama speaks to the media in Japan, Wednesday, about the arrest of a former U.S. Marine in connection with the murder of a woman in Okinawa.

Obama Reacts to Drone Strike That Killed Taliban Leader

Yesterday
While speaking to the media in Japan, President Obama is asked about a recent drone strike that killed Taliban leader Mullah Mansour.

First Read: The 2016 Urban-Rural Divide

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: Unrest in New Mexico

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

Conspiracy Theory Candidate? Fact-Checking Trump's Claims

Yesterday
Donald Trump has come under fire for his latest foray into the fringe: Questioning the 1993 death of President Clinton's aide Vince Foster.

Trump Nears Delegate Goal, Launches New Clinton Attack

Yesterday
Despite the protests at his rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Donald Trump launched a fresh attacks against Hillary Clinton.

Hollywood's Conservatives Stay Quiet About Trump

Yesterday
Trump will appear at a private L.A. fundraiser, where hundreds of industry professionals may be silently rooting him on and hoping no one finds out.

Californians Rank Economy as Top Issue Before Primary

Yesterday
Nearly 75% of likely California voters say the economy and jobs are important to their vote, according to a USC Schwarzenegger Institute/Field Poll. by Mark Murray

'Come On!' Vietnamese Rapper Rises to Obama's Challenge

Yesterday
Suboi, one of Vietnam's top rappers, gave a brief demonstration of her art during the president's town hall with young adults in Ho Chi Minh City.

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