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    1. By Alana Wise WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrat Hillary Clinton on Tuesday won the endorsement of the 500,000-member Laborers' International Union of North America, bolstering her lead for the party's nomination in the November 2016 presidential race. “LIUNA members and leadership believe that Secretary Clinton is the right leader to move our country forward and the most qualified candidate to ...

    2. Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton admitted Tuesday that her recent use of the term "illegal immigrants" was "a poor choice of words," and pledged to stop using the word "illegal" when referring to immigrants.

    3. Hillary Clinton said Sunday she believes that because rape is increasingly being used as a weapon of war, the United States should help the victims by finding a way to get around a law that bars U.S. foreign assistance funds for abortion.

      In Exxon War, Bamboozled by Greenies - The Wall Street Journal

    4. Hillary Clinton clarified her remarks on combating terrorism Sunday, saying America has to lead "the worldwide fight" against ISIS but "cannot and should not do it alone."

    5. CBS News Battleground Tracker poll contains good news for her, but Democrats say she may be too easy on Wall Street

      Hillary Clinton and the ISIS Mess - The Huffington Post

    6. If Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic nomination, Roemer said she would vote for her in the November 2016 general election but she will not volunteer for her campaign.

    7. The credit, which she will unveil in Iowa Sunday, would offset up to $6,000 in expenses for middle-class families providing care for the aging

    8. "Human rights are women’s rights, and women’s rights are human rights, once and for all," the then-First Lady said at the first women's conference in Beijing.

    9. Democratic front-runner hammers home the message middle class taxpayers will pay more to the federal government if her chief rival wins.

      Clinton goes after Sanders on taxes, health car... - Associated Press via Yahoo! News

    10. Former President Bill Clinton is launching a 20-city fundraising tour for would-be President Hillary Clinton, which will kick off on Dec. 3 with events in Seattle and Los Angeles. The midday Seattle event will be held at the Century Ballroom on Capitol Hill, with tickets up to $2,700. The Los Angeles event, at the home of former Modern Luxury Media boss Michael Kong, is priced at $500 up to $10...

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