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The latest on the candidates . . .

Clinton

last Dem to back torture pledge

The Hill

Hollywood Shifts Toward Clinton

LA Times

Man Appeal

ABC

Far From ‘inevitable’

Boston Globe

Bush at ‘War’ with Science

Washington Times

Liberals Slam Hillary Over Dodge Tactics

Washington Times

Renews Her Message of Health Care for All

New York Times

Says She Would Shield Science From Politics

New York Times

Edwards

Visits Western Kentucky

Paducah Sun

Bluegrass-Roots Effort Wins a Visit From Edwards

Washington Post

Giuliani

Pulled No Punches on the Radio

New York Times

Leads GOP 3rd-Quarter Money Race

Washington Post

Assails Clinton on Health Care Plan

Chicago Tribune

Emerges Top Dog in GOP Pack

ABC

Stirs Up Most Passion

New York Post

McCain

Jokes About Greenspan’s Clout

AP

Obama

The Politician and the Absent American Flag Pin

New York Times

Makes a Fashion Statement

Chicago Tribune

Romney

Criticizes Giuliani on Fiscal and Social Issues

New York Times

Deep Pockets Offer Edge Over Giuliani

WSJ

Make-or-Break

Washington Post

Writes Himself Another Check

Boston Globe

Stumbles in Money Race

Washington Times

Cash Lead Fueled by Own Fortune

USAT

State of the Race

S.C. Democrats Pursuing Earlier Primary Date

The State

Florida Democrats Sue Own Party Over Loss of Delegates

AP

G.O.P. Contenders Endorse Health Insurance Veto

New York Times

Religious Right Aims ‘to Hurt’ GOP

Washington Times

GOP Front-Runners in Attack Mode on Taxes and Spending

ABC

Romney, Giuliani Sharpen Their Rivalry

LA Times

Romney, McCain Report on Funds

Des Moines Register

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