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The latest on the candidates . . .

Clinton

Push Bush to Sign Iraq Timeline

Des Moines Register

Reid-Backed Iraq Funding Plan Is Thorny Issue for Clinton

New York Sun

Clinton Slips, Still Leads In Latest Poll

AP

Edwards

Crowd Zeroes In On Issues

Des Moines Register

Elizabeth Edwards Says Her Cancer May Be Responsive to Anti-Estrogen Drugs

Washington Post

Giuliani

Praise Your Wife, You Say? Oh, Please!

New York Daily News

Iowa, Meet Rudy

ABC

Evaluate Record, Giuliani Tells Iowa Republicans

Des Moines

Surmounts Expectations In N.H.

Boston Globe

Says He Fits The Bill For Conservatives Fiscally

NH Union Leader

Campaigns to Win Over Iowans

Washington Post

He’s A Travelin’ Man

New York Daily News

McCain

Revamps His Fund-Raising

New York Times

Chastened McCain Retools Money Team, Delays Entry

Politico

Hires New Fundraising Chief

USAT

Chastened McCain Retools Money Team, Delays Entry

Politico

Obama

Listens, Then Talks About Health-Care Troubles

NH Union Leader

Faces Battle Over Iraq War Opposition

Politico

Knows His Way Around A Ballot

Chicago Tribune

Romney

Money Lead Gives Romney A Needed Jolt

Washington Post

Jackpot Won, Romney Now Works on Name Recognition

New York Times

Romney: 1 Man 1 Woman

NH Union Leader

Mormon Base a Mixed Blessing

Washington Post

Embraces Private Iraq ‘Timetables’

ABC

State of the Race

Senators Slow To Endorse Colleagues in 2008 Race

New York Sun

Executive Power Hot Topic At New Hampshire Forums

Washington Times

Liberal Group Targets GOP Vulnerables

The Hill

Hillary, Edwards Urge War Bill Fight

Washington Times

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