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Barbershop: How Political Reporters Cover 2020 Female Candidates

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The Iowa State Fair in Des Moines is a regular spot for candidate speeches, hand-shaking and fried-food consumption. It takes place for about two weeks every August, with the years just before the Iowa caucuses especially busy. Don Gonyea/NPR hide caption

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Former Vice President Joe Biden (left) and Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont are putting forward very different visions in the Democratic presidential primary. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Democratic presidential candidate Julián Castro, pictured at a forum in Las Vegas on April 27, says he wants to decriminalize illegal border crossings. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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Julián Castro Wants To Redefine Which Immigrants Have 'Merit'

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is adorned with a garland of flowers by members of his political party at their headquarters in New Delhi on Thursday, following a victory in the country's national elections. Prakash Singh/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., says if she becomes president she would only appoint judges and justices who would maintain Roe v. Wade. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Kirsten Gillibrand Says If Trump Wants A War With America's Women, 'He Will Lose'

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New Hampshire Voters Pose Harder Questions To Presidential Candidates

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Protesters demonstrate against then President-elect Donald Trump outside the State Capitol building in Carson City, Nev., in December 2016 while Nevada's six Democratic presidential electors inside cast their official Electoral College ballots for Hillary Clinton. Scott Sonner/AP hide caption

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House Republican Conference Chair Rep. Liz Cheney, seen at a news conference in January, has been tight-lipped about her next political move. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Liz Cheney's Choice: House Or Senate?

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Democratic Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg On Trade, Military Force And More

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A comedian wondered on Twitter: Does Elizabeth Warren have a plan to fix my love life? To the amazement and delight of many, the presidential contender promised to "figure this out." Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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'I've Been Able To Bridge Divides' Says 2020 Democrat Steve Bullock

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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden speaks during a campaign rally in Philadelphia Saturday. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Biden Eschews Anger, Hoping 'Unity' Can Lift Him To The Presidency

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Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg responded to President Trump's comments this past week about Buttigieg's marriage to Chasten Glezman. "I'm more interested in policies that affect LGBTQ people," Buttigieg said. Olivia Sun for NPR hide caption

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