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JUST IN: Hundreds of protesters are demonstrating outside the office of Hong Kong’s justice secretary against a suspended bill that would see citizens extradited to China — which they're concerned may be reintroduced
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Axios 3h
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Where the candidates rank in social media attention during the campaign
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Axios 3h
Google searches during the debate, via : 1. Tulsi: 12 (indexed) 2. Booker: 11 3. Warren: 7 3. Beto: 7 3. de Blasio: 7 6. Castro: 6 7. Inslee: 4 7. Tim Ryan: 4 9. Klobuchar: 3 9. Delaney: 3
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Axios 3h
Several Democratic candidates brought the issue of transgender rights to the debate stage tonight — likely the most prominent national discussion of trans issues and rights in politics to date.
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What the Democratic candidates said was the biggest threat to the United States
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Beto O'Rourke was knocked on his heels with swift rebuttals from Bill de Blasio and Julián Castro
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Each candidate on the biggest geopolitical threat to the United States: • Inslee: "The biggest threat to the security of the United States is Donald Trump" • Gabbard: "We are at a greater risk of nuclear war today than ever before" • O'Rourke: "Climate change"
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Castro, Inslee, Booker and Beto on their Day 1 plans for immigration
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Tim Ryan: "I would say we must be engaged. We must have the State Dept. engaged..." Tulsi Gabbard: "Is that what you will tell the parents of those two soldiers who were just killed in Afghanistan? We just have to be engaged?" Tim Ryan:
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Cory Booker: "We do not talk enough about trans Americans, especially African-American trans Americans and the incredibly high rates of murder right now. We don't talk enough about how many children, about 30% of LGBTQ kids, who do not go to school because of fear."
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Axios 4h
Veteran Tulsi Gabbard accused Trump's "chicken hawk Cabinet" of leading the U.S. "to the brink of war with Iran"
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Google searches over the last hour, via : 1. Booker: 17 (indexed) 2. Tulsi: 12 3. Warren: 10 4. Beto: 9 5. Castro: 8
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What the candidates have said about big business, health care and abortion rights
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Trump campaign press secretary Kayleigh McEnany correctly fact checks Cory Booker, who said that small businesses are suffering. Optimism from small businesses has been up since the new year and is on the rise.
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Caitlin Owens 5h
We now have these candidates on record as to whether they’d abolish private insurance. Also, reminder of this
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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard calls out Trump's "chicken hawk Cabinet"
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Bill de Blasio again goes after Beto with an interruption, this time on immigration. Julián Castro cuts in to call for the elimination of Section 1325, which criminalizes crossing the border.
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Gov. Jay Inslee claimed he's the only candidate on stage "who has passed a law protecting a woman's right of reproductive health and health insurance." Klobuchar: "There are three women up here that have fought pretty hard for a woman's right to choose."
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Axios 5h
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Beto: "Right now we have a system that favors those who can pay for access and outcomes." de Blasio: "We are supposed to break up big corporations when they are not serving our democracy."
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Warren: "Who is this economy really working for?" Booker: "We have a serious problem with corporate consolidation."
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