Can Hillary Survive Email Controversy?
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Can Hillary Survive Email Controversy?

By Julianne Malveaux NNPA Columnist   If you had asked me just a year ago…

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Ridin’ with Biden? Clinton Challenge a Rough Road for the VP
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Ridin’ with Biden? Clinton Challenge a Rough Road for the VP

Lisa Lerer and Julie Bykowicz, ASSOCIATED PRESS     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The only trace…

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Hillary Clinton to Roll out $350 Billion, 10-Year College Affordability Plan
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Hillary Clinton to Roll out $350 Billion, 10-Year College Affordability Plan

Dan Merica, CNN   NEW YORK (CNN.com) — Hillary Clinton will roll out her college…

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In a Change from 2008, Clinton Talking Often about Race
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In a Change from 2008, Clinton Talking Often about Race

Bill Barrow, ASSOCIATED PRESS   GREENVILLE, South Carolina (AP) — In her second bid for…

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In Discussing U.S. Overdose Deaths, Clinton Downplays Personal Ties
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In Discussing U.S. Overdose Deaths, Clinton Downplays Personal Ties

Jonathan Allen, REUTERS     NEW YORK (Reuters) — It has become a recurrent moment…

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Hillary Clinton’s Got Beyonce. And That’s Important.
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Hillary Clinton’s Got Beyonce. And That’s Important.

Hunter Schwarz, THE WASHINGTON POST   NEW YORK (The Washington Post) — Hillary Clinton hasn’t…

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Beyond the Rhetoric: Clintons’ Financial Hustles
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Beyond the Rhetoric: Clintons’ Financial Hustles

By Harry C. Alford NNPA Columnist   The reputations of Bill and Hillary Clinton have…

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The Clash Over Clinton’s Cash—And Why it Matters
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The Clash Over Clinton’s Cash—And Why it Matters

David Frum, THE ATLANTIC (The Atlantic) — Today was the latest installment of the never-ending…

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Clinton: U.S. Needs Solutions to Income Inequality
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Clinton: U.S. Needs Solutions to Income Inequality

Ken Thomas, ASSOCIATED PRESS   WASHINGTON (AP) — Approaching a likely presidential campaign announcement next…

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