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  • The Weekly Trek: June 24, 2016

    The Weekly Trek June 24, 2016 Top Political News Supreme Court Tie Blocks Obama Immigration Plan. New York Times Supreme Court Upholds Affirmative Action Program at University of Texas. New York Times Clinton is vetting three for vice president — but is still studying a longer list. Washington Post Donald Trump’s May fundraising totals are…

  • The Weekly Trek: June 17, 2016

    The Weekly Trek June 17, 2016 Top Political News The 25 winners and losers of the 2016 primaries. The Hill Trump’s poll ratings in a historic hole. Politico Speaker Ryan on backing Trump: Follow your conscience. The Hill In reversal, Rubio may run again. The Hill Uncontested Legislative Races Are Becoming More Common. Governing Transportation…

  • Weekly Trek: June 10, 2016

    The Weekly Trek June 10, 2016 Top Political News Five burning post-primary questions. The Hill Ten Senate seats most likely to flip. The Hill How Obama Changed the Relationship Between Washington, the States and the Cities. Governing Obama offers a formal endorsement of Clinton; president also meets with Sanders. Washington Post Trump doesn’t have a…

  • Weekly Trek: June 3, 2016

    The Weekly Trek June 3, 2016 Top Political News U.S. Added Only 38,000 Jobs in May. Wall Street Journal Democratic insiders to Bernie: Win California or get out. Politico Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton in a tight race in California as the campaign batters her popularity. LA Times Paul Ryan: I’m voting for Trump. The…

  • Weekly Trek: May 27, 2016

    The Weekly Trek May 27, 2016 Top Political News Where Things Stand as Congress Leaves Town. Roll Call Congress leaves town with no Zika resolution, lengthy negotiations ahead. Washington Post When Should You Start Worrying About the Polls? NY Times State Dept. inspector general report sharply criticizes Clinton’s email practices. Washington Post The Mind of…

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