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What does the president do after failing to change the 2020 census?

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South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg got a really big boost to his campaign recently, announcing a staggering $24.8 million fundraising haul over the past three months.

But that hasn't changed one of the toughest realities his candidacy faces: support among black voters that barely registers in the polls.

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You never really want to have any situation described as a ticking time bomb. But that's how a senior manager at a Border Patrol detention facility described conditions at one site that he'd seen.

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Joe Biden has been the clear frontrunner in the Democratic field since even before he got into the presidential race. So if there was any fire on the debate stage last night, it was probably going to come in the form of an attack on him. And it did.

What is the president actually allowed to do under the U.S. Constitution?

It's a question that's comes up from time to time at NPR, and when it does, we've turned to experts such as Kim Wehle, now a law professor and CBS News legal commentator. Now, she's written a book about it. It's called How to Read the Constitution — and Why.

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Just days ago, the Trump administration was set to drop bombs on Iran. Now it's back to sanctions.

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As of this moment when we're speaking, we know of no U.S. airstrikes on Iraq.

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In Hong Kong today, protests turned violent. Hong Kong residents are outraged about an extradition bill that would allow people to be sent back to mainland China to stand trial.

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The Justice Department will turn over documents to Congress after all.

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How much really changed when Mexico made an agreement with the United States?

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Is time running out for the U.S. and Mexico to come to an agreement on trade and immigration?

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The same grief that has stricken so many American communities has now enveloped the city of Virginia Beach.

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