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Protesters Ask Clinton to Iron Shirts

Posted: 01/07/2008 - SALEM, N.H. (AP) -- Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign stop was interrupted Monday when two men stood in the crowd and began screaming, "Iron my shirt!" during one of her final appearances before the New Hampshire primary.

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GOP Hopefuls Clash Over Taxes

Posted: 01/07/2008 - Economy and immigration take center stage at second weekend Republican debate in New Hampshire

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Is Lethal Injection Cruel and Unusual?

Posted: 01/07/2008 - On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case to determine if the three-drug cocktail several states use to kill prisoners amounts to cruel and unusual punishment.

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Mitt Romney's Rebound Plan

Posted: 01/06/2008 - CBSNews.com Reports: Stung By Iowa Loss, Republican Takes Up Banner Of Change While Going After McCain

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Hillary Clinton Leans on Husband Bill

Posted: 01/05/2008 - WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a presidential race where the Democratic candidates are competing as agents of change, Hillary Rodham Clinton's most reliable campaign prop is something of a political relic - her husband.

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Zuma Takes Fourth Wife

Posted: 01/05/2008 - CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) -- The new African National Congress leader and would-be national president Jacob Zuma took another wife Saturday - in a Zulu tradition of polygamy that coexists uneasily with calls for gender equality in modern South Africa.

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Dems Chase Freshness-Craved Voters

Posted: 01/05/2008 - CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- Short on time to tweak their strategies before New Hampshire votes, Barack Obama's chief Democratic rivals Hillary Rodham Clinton and John Edwards are struggling to keep their messages in step with voters' embrace of freshness and change.

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Romney Grabs Early Lead in Wyo Caucuses

Posted: 01/05/2008 - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) -- Mitt Romney grabbed the early lead in Wyoming's Republican caucuses Saturday as the state had its brief moment in the political spotlight sandwiched between attention-getting contests in Iowa and New Hampshire.

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Analysis: Clinton Goes for Young Voters

Posted: 01/04/2008 - It wasn't long ago that Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign scoffed at the notion that young voters would deliver an election. How quickly thing can change.

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New Front-Runners Face Criticism

Posted: 01/04/2008 - Barack Obama, an Iowa winner seeking New Hampshire spoils, faced stepped-up criticism Friday from Democratic rivals now doubly determined to block his rise in the 2008 presidential race. Republican Mike Huckabee claimed momentum for a hurried five-day primary campaign.

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Clinton Retools Campaign for N.H.

Posted: 01/04/2008 - Fighting back from a devastating loss in Iowa, Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton tried to recalibrate her campaign in New Hampshire Friday by promising to answer as many voter questions as possible.

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ABC Cuts 3 From Presidential Debates

Posted: 01/04/2008 - ABC News is eliminating Republican presidential candidate Duncan Hunter and Democrats Dennis Kucinich and Mike Gravel from its prime-time presidential debates Saturday night because they did not meet benchmarks for their support.

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Iowa Winners Face New Challenges in NH

Posted: 01/04/2008 - Iowa caucus victories behind them, Republican Mike Huckabee and Democrat Barack Obama vowed to stick with their winning principles Friday in an abbreviated dash to the finish in New Hampshire's presidential primary campaign, despite facing a different political alignment and, as Huckabee put it, "only a few days to close the sale."

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Why Obama Won

Posted: 01/04/2008 - A new generation of young voters propels Illinois senator to Iowa victory

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Why Huckabee Won

Posted: 01/04/2008 - Evangelicals boost former Ark. governor to victory in Iowa GOP caucuses

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