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President-elect Joe Biden speaks to the nation

In a speech from Wilmington, Del., the president-elect said he hoped to unify the nation.
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    Some Michigan Democrats are withholding support for U.S. President Joe Biden in the state's primary election by voting "uncommitted." The campaign, called Listen to Michigan, is a protest against Biden's support for Israel. Its supporters held a rally on Sunday.

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    What to Know About the Supreme Court Arguments on Social Media Laws

    Social media companies are bracing for Supreme Court arguments Monday that could fundamentally alter the way they police their sites. After Facebook, Twitter and YouTube banned President Donald Trump in the wake of the Jan. 6, 2021, riots at the Capitol, Florida made it illegal for technology companies to ban from their sites a candidate for office in the state. Texas later passed its own law prohibiting platforms from taking down political content. Two tech industry groups, NetChoice and the Co

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    All eyes on Michigan primary after Trump’s big win in South Carolina

    Donald Trump could decide the next RNC chair after the Michigan primary. Plus, Democrats in Michigan push for "uncommitted" vote to send a message to President Joe Biden about Gaza.

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    Trump and Haley prepare for Michigan primary

    The 2024 campaign is now shifting to the first big swing state. Michigan voters head to the polls Tuesday for the next round of primary voting.

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    Israel-Hamas War Turned This Longtime Michigan Democrat Against Biden

    FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. — Tucked down in Terry Ahwal’s basement is her personal wall of fame: Here she is at the Obama White House Christmas party. Here is a framed thank-you note from President Bill Clinton. There she is grinning alongside Jennifer Granholm, the former governor of Michigan. President Joe Biden, Ahwal says, will not appear on her wall. After a lifetime of work in Democratic politics — running local campaigns, asking strangers for money, begging acquaintances to vote for candidat

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