Sahil Kapur

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National political reporter for NBC News.

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ICE announced that for international students enrolled at colleges that don’t offer in-person instruction this fall, they can maintain their student visas only by transferring to…

International students must leave US if they can’t take in-person classes this fall

ICE announced that for international students enrolled at colleges that don’t offer in-person instruction this fall, they can maintain their student visas only by transferring to…

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Primary elections are happening on Tuesday, and several might be upsets for Democrats.

Longtime Rep. Eliot Engel struggles in race against political novice Jamaal Bowman

Primary elections are happening on Tuesday, and several might be upsets for Democrats.

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Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders withdrew from the presidential race this morning: “I cannot in good conscience continue to mount a campaign that cannot win, and which would interfere…

Bernie Sanders it out. Can Democrats unite behind Joe Biden as presidential nominee?

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders withdrew from the presidential race this morning: “I cannot in good conscience continue to mount a campaign that cannot win, and which would interfere…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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