Kathie Obradovich

Des Moines Register

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More than a minute into a two-minute web video with "everyday Americans," talking about their futures, Hillary Clinton says what everyone already knew.

Hillary Clinton Finally Does It Again

More than a minute into a two-minute web video with "everyday Americans," talking about their futures, Hillary Clinton says what everyone already knew.

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There were primary elections for the US Senate and Congress in eight states yesterday.

Are Republicans Getting their Party Together?

There were primary elections for the US Senate and Congress in eight states yesterday.

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