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Haley vows to stay in the race, regardless of what happens in South Carolina primary
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Matthew Moore, former chair of South Carolina's state GOP, about Nikki Haley's decision to stay in the presidential race ahead of the South Carolina primary.
In Rep. Rashida Tlaib's district, the Israel-Hamas war is having ripple effects
The Israel-Hamas war is personal for many Michigan residents with ties to the region. Some voters are using their participation in the Democratic primary as a protest vote against President Biden.
Harris says 'there is only Plan A' for Ukraine aid. Zelenskyy says he's counting on it
Ukraine aid is stalled in the U.S. House of Representatives. Vice President Harris said there's no other option for helping Ukraine push back against Russia's invasion.
Nikki Haley's latest target on the campaign trail? Kamala Harris
Republican presidential hopeful Nikki Haley has recently been directing attacks at Vice President Kamala Harris as she highlights concerns about President Biden's age.
Nikki Haley turns her attention to VP Kamala Harris on the campaign trail
As Nikki Haley travels the campaign trail, she has a new target for her criticism: Vice President Kamala Harris. She has warned Republican audiences about the prospect of Harris becoming president.
After months of speculation, Sen. Joe Manchin will not run for president in 2024
After speculation the powerful centrist Democrat would run third-party, Manchin announced Friday he would not be running for president in the 2024 election. But he did not endorse a candidate.
Tech giants pledge action against deceptive AI in elections
Fears over how AI could be used to mislead voters are escalating in a year that will see hundreds of millions of people around the world cast ballots. As a result, tech giants are pledging action.
Montana GOP lawmaker quickly drops Senate bid, citing Trump's endorsement of opponent
Rep. Matt Rosendale has ended his bid for the Senate less than a week after he launched his campaign. He said in a statement he lacks resources and that the "hill was just too steep to climb."
Trump is rattling Europe. Now Harris is going there to try to calm nervous allies
Vice President Harris is making a major address on Friday at the Munich Security Conference. But European leaders are alarmed at the U.S. failure to keep its promise to continue to back Ukraine.
Tom Suozzi's victory in New York might give Democrats a way to address immigration
Could Tom Suozzi's victory in the New York special election give democrats a way to deal with immigration in the coming election year?
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