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The latest on the candidates . . .

Clinton

Says Race Will Be Over Feb. 5

LA Times

In Iowa, a Scrambling Lesson for Clinton

Washington Post

Insiders Question Top Aide’s Approach

Newsday

No Firewall in NH for Hillary

NH Union Leader

Tony Bennett and Bill Clinton Highlight Fund-Raiser for Hillary

Star-Ledger

Clinton N.H. Official Warns Obama Will Be Attacked on Drug Use

Washington Post

Campaign Co-Chair Issues Apology for Remarks

ABC

Camp Uses College Tactic It Ripped

New York Post

Edwards

Banks on Veteran Caucusgoers to Pull Off Iowa

USAT

Giuliani

Urges GOP to Address Climate Issues

Des Moines Register

Huckabee

Throwing Veiled LDS Hardballs?

Salt Lake Tribune

Mormon Question Dwarfs GOP Debate

LA Times

Huck Camp Backtracks on Mormon Question

Politico

Shines in Lackluster Debate

ABC

Huckabee’s Half Measure

AP

McCain

A Family Duty

Washington Post

Back to Basics

Washington Post

Obama

N.H. Leaders Decry Shaheen Comment

Boston Globe

The Triumph of Hope Over Experience?

Economist

Inside Obama’s Iowa Ground Game

Time

Romney

Mitt Romney Reponds

Fox News

Romney on Huckabee

Newsweek

Thompson

Fred Wins, Iowa Loses

TWS

Republican Debate

Final Debate Before Iowa Caucuses Shows Uncertainty at Top of Republican Field

New York Times

Thompson Gains Speed, But Leaders Hold Serve

Des Moines Register

New Dynamics of Race Reinforced, But No Big Winner

Boston Globe

A Flat Finale

Newsweek

State of the Race

Candidates Toughen Talk on Cuba in S. Fla.

Miami Herald

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