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The Supreme Court rules on President Trump’s tax returns

July 10, 2020
Few reporters know the Supreme Court like Joan Biskupic, CNN legal analyst and author of "The Chief: The Life and Turbulent Times of Chief Justice John Roberts. Join her and Yamiche Alcindor of the PBS NewsHour to learn more about the high court’s ruling on President Trump’s financial records.

Libertarian Candidates

April 27, 2016
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David, Texas

#16for2016: The "hateful rhetoric... is horrible"

The "hateful rhetoric... is horrible"

September 17, 2015
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Michaela Amang, Virginia

#16for2016: "I'm a Republican, but I'm for gay marriage"

"I'm a Republican, but I'm for gay marriage"

September 17, 2015
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Casey Carden, Virginia

Can a traditional Republican actually win?

September 16, 2015
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Millenials are quickly becoming the largest voting group. They hold liberal views on domestic issues such as same sex marriage and drug legalization--Republicans don't. Do Republicans need to shed this image to be able to win elections?
Steve Fischer, Virginia