Saturday, August 1, 2015

Presidential Headlines

Catherine Lucey reports: Clinton campaign says cash flow is fine, according to The Hill. But she owes money to her high school, the Chicago Sun Times reports. Can Obama woo blue collar dudes? Check out this Baltimore sun story. A US News columnists projects that Clinton will win the popular vote while Obama will win pledged delegates. New York Daily News columnist slams the "amateurish ploys" of the Clinton campaign. Chelsea Clinton again refuses to answer questions about Monica Lewinsky. Alice Walker says that Obama is the change America must have. McClatchy newspapers reports on the candidates' climate plans.

Presidential Headlines

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Clinton and actor Sean Astin (yes of Rudy and Lord of the Rings). AP
Clinton and actor Sean Astin (yes of Rudy and Lord of the Rings). AP CHARLES DHARAPAK / Associated Press

Catherine Lucey reports:

Clinton campaign says cash flow is fine, according to The Hill. But she owes money to her high school, the Chicago Sun Times reports.

Can Obama woo blue collar dudes? Check out this Baltimore sun story.

A US News columnists projects that Clinton will win the popular vote while Obama will win pledged delegates.

New York Daily News columnist slams the "amateurish ploys" of the Clinton campaign.

Chelsea Clinton again refuses to answer questions about Monica Lewinsky.

Alice Walker says that Obama is the change America must have.

McClatchy newspapers reports on the candidates' climate plans.

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