5 overlooked politics stories that are worth your time

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The U.S. border fence between Mexico and Nogales, Ariz.  Photo by Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images

The U.S. border fence between Mexico and Nogales, Ariz. Bidding ended last week on designs for President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall. Photo by Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images

The 24-hour news cycle is filled with politics coverage, but not everything gets the attention it deserves. Here are five political stories you may have missed in the past week:

1. PHOTOS: The Many Possible Shapes Of Trump’s Border Wall — 4/5. Throughout the campaign, Trump promised to build a wall on the U.S./Mexico border. What he didn’t promise, is what it would look like. — NPR

2. Why Jon Ossoff’s huge fundraising haul is an advantage and a liability — 4/8. The leading Democrat has raised an astounding $8.3 million in Georgia’s special election. — Atlanta Journal-Constitution

3. Why Democrats have no regrets after McConnell’s ‘nuclear’ blast — 4/9. Senate Democrats forced Mitch McConnell to change the rules in order to confirm Judge Gorsuch. — Politico

4. Feds Drop Demand That Twitter Turn Over Information About An Anti-Trump Account — 4/7. After Twitter threatened to sue, the government withdrew a request for information about an anonymous anti-Trump user. — BuzzFeed News

5. The mainstream and conservative media are living in different worlds. So are those who read them — 4/10. How a single news story can be framed in two completely different ways. — Los Angeles Times

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