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Hillary Clinton Is Ready To 'Stand Out' As A Female Candidate

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Relationship Between Obama And Netanyahu? It's Complicated

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In April 1994, Hillary Clinton took questions from reporters for more than an hour as first lady. By that point, she had a reputation for not being particularly transparent and for not spending enough time addressing the national media. Doug Mills/AP hide caption

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Hillary Clinton's Privacy Problem

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Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush speaks to members of the media during a two-day swing through Iowa that had all the trappings of a presidential campaign. Charlie Neibergall/AP hide caption

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In Iowa, 2016 Has Begun — At Least For The Republican Party

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GOP Hopefuls Do A Balancing Act At Ag Summit

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Planned Netanyahu Speech To Congress Continues To Cause Political Uproar

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Democratic Party possibilities for 2016 (clockwise from top left): former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; Vice President Joe Biden; former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley; Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders; Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren; former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb. Ethan Miller, Mandel Ngan, Patrick Smith, Mark Wilson, Chip Somodevilla (2)/Getty Images hide caption

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In Likely Democratic Primary, Who's Joining Hillary Clinton?

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Like Groundhog Day, There's A Routine To White House Budget Debut

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Romney Ends Flirtation With 2016 Presidential Run

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