Dante Scala

University of New Hampshire

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Hillary Clinton officially won in Iowa, but it was so close that the real truth may never be known.

With Iowa Over, It's On to New Hampshire

Hillary Clinton officially won in Iowa, but it was so close that the real truth may never be known.

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At St. Anselm's College in New Hampshire last night — and  on cable TV  -- seven Republicans spent two hours denouncing  Barack Obama .

A Debate in Name Only

At St. Anselm's College in New Hampshire last night — and on cable TV -- seven Republicans spent two hours denouncing Barack Obama .

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When the GOP stages its first presidential primary next year in New Hampshire, the candidates will be running against each other. But in  last night's debate  at St.

A Debate in Name Only

When the GOP stages its first presidential primary next year in New Hampshire, the candidates will be running against each other. But in last night's debate at St.

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