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The Greek crisis...in 2 minutes

If you're just catching up to it, here are the latest developments -- and what you need to know. Last updated: July 5, 4:30 pm ET (8:30 pm GMT).

1) Greeks are voting by a big margin against Europe's latest bailout offer, according to preliminary resu...

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Trump's lawyer: NBC in 'breach' on Miss Universe contract

Donald Trump "will be taking action against NBC" in an arbitration that both sides have agreed to, his top attorney says. The attorney, Alan Garten, accused NBC of violating the terms of a contract with the Miss Universe Organization, which Trump and NBCUniversal jointly own.

Ted Cruz at Capitol Hill June 4, 2015 in Washington, DC.

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Cruz campaign announces fundraising haul

Ted Cruz's presidential campaign said Sunday it had raised about $10 million in the second quarter. The sum is fueled by small-dollar donors, they said.

Chris Christie campaigning in NH

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Chris Christie's New Hampshire marathon

When Chris Christie arrived at his first campaign event in Sandown, New Hampshire, on Tuesday, the day he announced his presidential candidacy, there might as well have been a "New Hampshire-or-Bust" bumper sticker under the New Jersey plate.

Christie...

Donald Trump, June 2015

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Trump's sales pitch includes private jet tour

The new Iowa "jet set," early TV ad and fund-raising calculations, a key Obama legacy, and grumblings about what Republicans call the "Koch primary" -- those stories filled our July Fourth weekend trip around the "Inside Politics" table.

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Missouri budget official says more spending freezes unlikely

Newly released data shows revenue collections grew 8.8 percent in the fiscal year that ended last week.

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Clinton campaign corrals media

Hillary Clinton's campaign used a rope to keep journalists away from the candidate on Saturday while she walked in this small town's July Fourth parade.

The ensuing photos of journalists, including a CNN reporter, being somewhat dragged by a thin white rope as Clinton walked down Main Street caught fire online.

Jeb Bush campaigns on July 4

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2016ers descend on NH, Iowa on July 4

For the 2016 presidential candidates, this Fourth of July weekend means a whole lot of barbeques, parades and fireworks -- and, of course, courting voters.

Around a dozen declared White House aspirants parachuted into the early primary states of New H...

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