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CNN's Arlette Saenz takes a look at the life and career of former Vice President Joe Biden as he announces he will run in the 2020 election.

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The 2020 Democratic field has continued to grow, and that's changed things near the top of our power rankings. CNN's Chris Cillizza explains.

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Former Vice President Joe Biden announced his decision to run for president for a third time, answering one of the biggest outstanding questions about the makeup of the 2020 race. But, will Barack Obama formally endorse him?

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Former Vice President Joe Biden -- one of the remaining high-profile holdouts in a crowded field of Democrats vying to be their party's nominee -- has announced his fourth run for the presidency in a video.

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David Glosser, the uncle of White House senior adviser Stephen Miller, says if his family had not immigrated to the United States when they did then none of them would be here today.

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Deutsche Bank has started providing financial records to New York state's attorney general in response to a subpoena for documents related to loans made to President Donald Trump and his business, according to a person familiar with the production.

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CNN's Anderson Cooper questions whether President Donald Trump would leave the United States vulnerable to attack by a foreign adversary to protect his ego, following new reporting that members of Trump's Cabinet and White House officials have been discouraged to discuss Russian election int…

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New York Times op-ed columnist Thomas Friedman joins CNN's Wolf Blitzer on The Situation Room, where he blasts President Donald Trump and the Republican party and stresses the importance of voter turn out in the 2020 presidential election.

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The New York Times reports that acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney warned former Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen not to bring up concerns about potential Russian interference in the upcoming 2020 election because it "wasn't a great subject." CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports.

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CNN's Jake Tapper questions why President Donald Trump and the White House aren't addressing the ongoing threat of continued Russian interference in the US election process.

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Economist Stephen Moore, who President Donald Trump nominated for a spot on the Federal Reserve Board, says his critics are "pulling a Kavanaugh" on him following major backlash over his past sexist comments. CNN's Andrew Kaczynski has the latest.

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Ahead of Joe Biden's 2020 presidential campaign announcement, CNN's John King looks at the electability of former the Vice President and some of the states Democrats need to turn blue to challenge President Trump.

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In a 1998 interview with Investor's Business Daily, William Barr says he was "disturbed" that then Attorney General Janet Reno did not defend independent counsel Ken Starr from "hatchet jobs" during the Whitewater investigation.

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Rep. Steve King (R-IA), who was stripped of his House committee assignments following racist remarks he made in an interview with The New York Times, told constituents he can relate to the suffering of Jesus Christ.

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The Iowa Legislature's longest-serving Republican announced that because of President Donald Trump, he will be joining the Democratic Party, calling Trump "a poor example for the nation and particularly for our children."

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While House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has seemed to tamp down plans for impeachment, some Democratic presidential candidates sharpened their arguments for moving forward with impeachment proceedings at CNN's town halls. CNN's Manu Raju reports.

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Supreme Court justices were deeply divided over whether the Trump administration can add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, with the conservative justices showing signs that they were inclined to vote in favor of allowing the question according to CNN's Ariane de Vogue.