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With just two Democrats still contesting the presidential nomination,  Hillary Clinton  and  Bernie Sanders  went one-on-one last night in New Hampshire.

Clinton and Sanders Square Off before New Hampshire

With just two Democrats still contesting the presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders went one-on-one last night in New Hampshire.

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In a State of the Union speech every President speaks over the heads of the Joint Session of Congress to the American people.

The State of the Union Speech: The Rhetoric and the Reality

In a State of the Union speech every President speaks over the heads of the Joint Session of Congress to the American people.

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In 1929, American newspapers carried sensational pictures of crumpled, dead bodies, victims of Al Capone's St. Valentine's Day Massacre.

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In 1929, American newspapers carried sensational pictures of crumpled, dead bodies, victims of Al Capone's St. Valentine's Day Massacre.

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