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Biden Defends His Record, His Heated Town Hall Exchange, And His Presidential Prospects | NPR
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Biden Defends His Record, His Heated Town Hall Exchange, And His Presidential Prospects | NPR

VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: How you doing? How are you? It’s great to see you. Rachel Martin: Great to see you. So this is the bus. No malarkey. BIDEN: No malarkey. MARTIN: Mr. Vice President, thank you very much for

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Andrew Yang Talks Universal Basic Income, Climate Change, With Undecided Voters | Off Script | NPR
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Andrew Yang Talks Universal Basic Income, Climate Change, With Undecided Voters | Off Script | NPR

NOEL KING: All right, everyone. Hello and welcome to Off Script, NPR’s series of conversations between 2020 Democratic candidates and undecided voters from across the country. I’m Noel King. And today, we are in New York City with Andrew Yang,

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Democratic Debates: 5 Questions To Consider | NPR
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Democratic Debates: 5 Questions To Consider | NPR

I’m Domenico Montanaro, lead political editor at NPR. The Democratic primary debates will be the first chance for millions of Americans to get a look at the field of candidates vying to take on President Trump in 2020. There are

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How Do You Get A Presidential Pardon? | Ron’s Office Hours | NPR
NPR Politics: Analysis After Night 2 of Second Democratic Debate
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NPR Politics: Analysis After Night 2 of Second Democratic Debate

Hey there, I’m Asma Khalid, political reporter for NPR. And I’m Domenico Montanaro, political editor at NPR. And we are here at the site of the second night of the Democratic debates. Second night of the second Democratic debates. We

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“I’m Very Much Alive.” Justice Ginsburg Talks About Her Health With Nina Totenberg | NPR
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“I’m Very Much Alive.” Justice Ginsburg Talks About Her Health With Nina Totenberg | NPR

NINA TOTENBERG: So I thought I would startactually with Justice Stevens because you just, as we sit here doing this today, you'vecome from his little service and then his interment, and you were with him a week beforehe died in

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