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With Soleimani’s death, foreign policy enters 2020 primary spotlight
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With Soleimani’s death, foreign policy enters 2020 primary spotlight

JUDY WOODRUFF: They are some of the gravest questions candidates have to confront, questions about the use of military force and how and when they would deploy if they become president. This weekend, the Democrats hoping to unseat the current

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News Wrap: Julián Castro drops out of 2020 Democratic field
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News Wrap: Julián Castro drops out of 2020 Democratic field

In the day’s other news: The Democratic presidential primary field narrowed again, with Julian Castro dropping out. The former Obama housing secretary had failed to make headway in the polls or in raising money. He was the only Latino still

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What Democrats Need To “Accept” To Win In 2020
How 2020 Democrats are making their year-end push
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How 2020 Democrats are making their year-end push

NICK SCHIFRIN: Just days before 2020 begins, the Democratic presidential hopefuls were out in full force in early states. Lisa Desjardins begins her report on how the candidates are making their case. SEN. BERNIE SANDERS (I-VT), Presidential Candidate: Thank you

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How 2020 Democrats’ fundraising numbers compare to each other — and to Trump
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How 2020 Democrats’ fundraising numbers compare to each other — and to Trump

JUDY WOODRUFF: 2019 was a year of dramatic changes and new trends in campaign finance. Some presidential candidates spent big money wooing donors in order to meet new Democratic Party debate criteria. Two billionaires bankrolled their own campaigns, while other

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what we have to do before the 2020 presidential election
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what we have to do before the 2020 presidential election

Hi Friends, Though I am extraordinarily loathe to do so, let’s revisit the 2016 presidential primaries. I was freelancing in seattle which is a fancy way of saying MAD broke and I had had a skype interview with a hillary

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As the year concludes, 2020 Democrats look to Iowa and beyond
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As the year concludes, 2020 Democrats look to Iowa and beyond

JUDY WOODRUFF: In the final days of 2019, the Democratic presidential candidates hit the campaign trail, hoping to head into the new year with new momentum from last week’s debate, before voting begins, just six weeks away. REP. ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ

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Opinion | Who can beat Trump? We sift through the crazy-making Democratic field.
PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec 20, 2019
With 2020 Democrats, California voters are balancing passion and pragmatism
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With 2020 Democrats, California voters are balancing passion and pragmatism

JOHN YANG: California is the nation’s most populous state, and with more than 400 delegates at stake, it’s a big prize in the Democratic presidential primary. This year, state officials have moved up voting to March 3, Super Tuesday. National

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