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JIM KUHNHENN


Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., left, and Republican candidate Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin shake hands before the start of a vice presidential debate at Washington University in on Thursday in St. Louis, Mo.

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ST. LOUIS - Under intense scrutiny, Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin stood her ground Thursday night against a vastly more experienced Joe Biden, debating the economy, energy and global warming, then challenging him on Iraq, "especially with your son in the National Guard."PODCAST: Hoosier Headlines

Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., speaks during her South Dakota and Montana primary night event in New York, Tuesday, June 3, 2008. Though Clinton did not concede defeat to her rival, Barack Obama, she spoke about the vice presidential spot on his fall ticket. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Clinton open to being Obama’s VP

NEW YORK – Angling for a vice presidential nod, Hillary Rodham Clinton refused to bow out of the Democratic race Tuesday, hoping to maintain leverage as Barack Obama clinched the delegates needed to secure the party’s nomination.

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