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Five things to watch in tonight's Democratic debate

October 13, 2015
Christi Parsons | Los Angeles Times
Who’s on stage? Will the lineup include Vice President Joe Biden? Debate sponsors were keeping a lectern warm for him just in case he decides to jump into the race in time for Tuesday night’s show.
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Challenges Clinton will face in first Democratic debate

October 13, 2015
John Dickerson | CBS News
"Face the Nation" moderator and CBS News political director John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to preview the debate.
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Everything you need to know about the 2016 money race so far

October 10, 2015
Matea Gold | The Washington Post
The top Democratic presidential contenders are continuing to outpace their Republican counterparts when it comes to raising money directly for their campaigns, according to third-quarter fundraising totals that have been announced so far.
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Clinton still leading polls despite Biden's uncertainty

September 29, 2015
Jeff Zeleny | CNN
Hillary Clinton stills leads in the polls, but what impact could a possible Joe Biden campaign have on her numbers? CNN's Jeff Zeleny reports.

Speaker John Boehner Resigns, Pope Francis’ U.S. Tour & Obama Hosts President Xi Jinping

September 25, 2015
Speaker Boehner to resign in October, Pope Francis addresses Congress, Obama hosts Chinese president Xi Jinping and Scott Walker drops out of the 2016 race.
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Timing Gives Sanders a Lift in His Quest

September 25, 2015
John Harwood | The New York Times
Think of Bernie Sanders’s rising primary challenge to Hillary Rodham Clinton as part ideology, part technology. But don’t forget a shift in Democratic psychology, either.
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State Department’s account of e-mail request differs from Clinton’s

September 23, 2015
Carol Leonnig, Rosalind Helderman | The Washington Post
Throughout the controversy over her use of a private e-mail system while she was secretary of state, Hillary Rodham Clinton has described her decision last year to turn over thousands of work-related e-mails as a response to a routine-sounding records request.
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