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Britain throws Europe into uncertainty by voting to leave the EU & major SCOTUs decisions
Marco Rubio will run for Senate reelection & SCOTUS is to rule on a Texas abortion case
Bernie Sanders signals his intentions to defeat Donald Trump and Marco Rubio will run.
The deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history has sparked a debate on guns and terrorism.
Why the Republican National Committee might have more control over the big money.
Hillary Clinton makes history, Bernie Sanders keeps fighting and Donald Trump takes fire
The stakes are high for Clinton, Sanders and Trump heading into the California primary.
House speaker will support Republican nominee despite their "differences."
Donald Trump surpassed the 1,237 delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination.
As Libertarians pick their nominee for president, Gary Johnson seen as the likely candiate
Obama pivots to Asia in his final year, Supreme Court set to decide immigration
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders continuing to fight for the Democratic nomination.