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WASHINGTON - While she was secretary of state, Hillary Rodham Clinton sent and received e-mails through her private server containing sensitive U.S. and foreign government information on a range of issues - from an American detained in Myanmar and Iran's nuclear program to the Afghanistan war - that State Department reviewers have now classified.
Two hours and two Philadelphia blocks apart, U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey and challenger Joe Sestak traded major policy speeches Friday on Iran, offering the first blow-for-blow exchange of a widely watched Senate election that is still 15 months off.
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