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?

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