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The 2014-2015 school year represents a milestone for America’s public schools. For the first time, a majority of students around the country are not white. They identify with minority groups. In future years, experts only expect this trend to accelerate. In honor of The Huffington Post’s 10-year anniversary this May, we’re looking at the future…

Harry Enten: “As the chart indicates — at this point in the race — most eventual nominees are either well-known and well-liked, or not well-known. There’s no precedent for a nominee who’s this well-known and this disliked. Christie’s net favorable rating stands at just +3 percentage points, according to an average of live-interview polls conducted…

On Friday's broadcast of Hugh Hewitt's nationally-syndicated radio show, MSNBC's Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough predicted Hillary Clinton will not be the president of the United States. HUGH HEWITT, HOST: Joe, do you think that she could last one segment, or three segments on Morning Joe? She's got a glass jaw. Honestly, if your panel,…

SAVANNAH GUTHRIE: Now you didn't think you'd get away with this interview without me asking you point-blank are you going to run for president? SEN. ELIZABETH WARREN (D-MA): No. I'm not running and I'm not going to run. I'm in Washington. I have this really great job and a chance to try to make a…

GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, ABC'S "THIS WEEK" HOST: And Governor Mike Pence joins us now. Good morning, governor. Thank you for joining us. Was it a mistake to sign… GOV. MIKE PENCE (R-Indiana): Good morning, George, thanks for the opportunity. STEPHANOPOULOS: So was it a mistake to sign this law? PENCE: Absolutely not. The Religious Freedom Restoration…

CAMILLE PAGLIA: No, but I have never forgotten, because it was one of the great moments where a woman took charge in absolute chaos in barbarous murder, and the whole government was falling apart, and she came to the media and gave the news and was steady, and I said, "That's it. That's the formula…

Washington Post's David Ignatius expressed severe doubts over a potential Hillary Clinton presidential campaign on Tuesday's edition of MSNBC's Morning Joe. Ignatius said there is a perception that the Clinton's are "treated as special" and "that they want to be." Ignatius said "each of these new mini-scandals" will cut at the "core issue" of the…

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