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Following the terror and hate crime committed at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub on Sunday morning, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden delivered separate remarks about the attack and what the U.S. needs to do next.

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Mexico has a plan on how to address the anti-Mexican tirade currently seen in the U.S. presidential campaign trail.

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Joe Biden is chastising the entire field of Republican presidential hopefuls over what he categorizes as "dangerous, damaging and incredibly ill-advised" rhetoric on the subject of immigration.

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Former Mexican President Vicente Fox's language got colorful while discussing Donald Trump's proposed wall.

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Vice President Joe Biden this week praised Bernie Sanders' views on income inequality, while noting that Hillary Clinton was "relatively new" to the issue, before quickly rolling back his comments after they were interpreted as an endorsement of the Vermont senator.

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Iowa millennials appear to favor Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., as the Democratic presidential candidate over Hillary Clinton and Martin O’Malley.

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Within the Sunshine State, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., appears to have more support than former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, but both Republican presidential candidates can't shake off the "outsider" nominees.

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2016 Presidential Polls: Donald Trumps Defeats Hillary Clinton in Latino-Populated Florida

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An immigrant transgendered woman heckled President Barack Obama while honoring LGBT Pride Month in the White House on Wednesday. She explained her reasons to interrupt Obama in a post on Thursday.

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Millennial Iowa caucus voters are more likely to attend the Democratic presidential primary election caucus, based on polling numbers in the state.

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Republican and Republican-leaning independent college-graduate registered voters prefer Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., as their preferred GOP presidential candidate.

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Harvard University Institute of Politics found millennials prefer the Democratic Party to win the 2016 presidential election in convincing fashion.

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The Iowa caucus is the first stop in the presidential primary season, and Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., could find himself victorious in the GOP field.

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Interest for the 2016 presidential election is reportedly lower compared to the previous two presidential election cycles, according to polling data.

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While no one has thrown their hat into the 2016 presidential race, new numbers show that presumptive Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton appears to have the highest favorable rating against all potential GOP candidates despite controversy regarding her U.S. State Department emails.

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The U.S. State Department announced this week additional visa restrictions for human rights violators from Venezuela. Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro has since criticized the U.S. government's decision.

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