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Washington Week goes to Wisconsin to talk to voters about the 2016 presidential campaign.
We examine the state of the 2016 campaign from the site of the NewsHour debate.
Huckabee, Santorum, Paul and O'Malley suspend presidential bids
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders debate one-on-one. GOP race shakes up after Iowa.
Republicans debate but Trump skips out while Democrats Clinton & Sanders in dead heat.
Clinton thinks Obama would make a good Supreme Court justice. Sanders and Obama meet.
Trump and Sanders gaining momentum, SCOTUS to decide on halt of deportations.
Republicans pick between Trump and Cruz, how terrorism shifted the 2016 race.
As Bill Clinton campaigns for Hillary, is he helping her campaign? And Nikki Haley's vice-
Republicans debate Cruz's eligibility to be president, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton
Obama final State of the Union, O'Malley fights to get on the stage
Obama proposes changes to curb gun violence, North Korea claims h-bomb test.