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Suzanne Maloney spoke to NPR’s ‘All Things Considered’ to discuss the long history of hostility between Iran and Israel.

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CNN Politics cites research by William Frey to explain why Biden’s fate in the 2024 election may be settled in the Rust Belt not the Sun Belt.

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