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Protesters against gerrymandering at a March 2019 rally coinciding with Supreme Court hearings on major redistricting cases. After the court said the federal judiciary has no role in partisan redistricting cases, legal action is focused on state courts. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images hide caption

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North Carolina Gerrymandering Trial Could Serve As Blueprint For Other States

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Carole Cadwalladr: How Did Social Media Manipulate Our Votes And Our Elections?

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Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is the only leading Democratic presidential candidate addressing the Netroots Nation conference on Saturday. The progressive activists there are excited by how many candidates are representing their views in the 2020 campaign. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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Former Vice President Joe Biden is laying out a foreign policy vision that speaks to domestic economic concerns on the minds of voters, while assailing President Trump's handling of international affairs. Sean Rayford/Getty Images hide caption

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Buttigieg Proposes Broad Plan To Counter Racial Inequality

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Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Says The U.S. Should Stop Being The World's Policeman

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Former Vice President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday that he and his wife, Jill, had made $15 million since he left office in 2017. That's far more income than the other major Democratic candidates, and it came mostly from the release of his book Promise Me, Dad. Joshua Lott/Getty Images hide caption

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Rulings On Gerrymandering And The Census Could Define The Political Future

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Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren Announces She Raised $19.1 Million Last Quarter

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaks to the media in the spin room after the first night of the Democratic presidential debate in Miami last month. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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