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By the numbers, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are in more or less the same position in New Hampshire. Behind those numbers, though, are two dramatically different campaigns.
68 percent of American adults don't have college degrees, but only one is a presumptive candidate for president.
Spurred by Republican criticism and a "Vice News" lawsuit, the State Department is reviewing Hillary's emails before releasing them in January.
Can the GOP presidential hopefuls find the right foreign policy stance while pivoting away from the failures of the Iraq war?
Jeb Bush's super PAC, Right to Rise, leases office space in South Florida, signalling the unofficial candidate without a campaign, may be ready to run.
Hillary would "go even further" on immigration policy than Obama while Jeb Bush is deferential, willing to "lose the primary to win the general."