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Hillary Clinton finally campaigned with Barack Obama, at a rally in the town of Unity, N.H. Never one to miss out on using overtly direct town names -- remember Bill Clinton was born in a place called Hope -- the Democratic Party may be trying a bit too hard to heal its wounds after a divisive battle in the primaries.

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Sen. Joe Biden's plan to divide Iraq along sectarian lines has had an unintended consequence: It has united much of the country, Shiite and Sunni alike, in opposition to the measure.

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How did thousands of African-Americans come to descend on the town of Jena, La., on Thursday for a march and rally that brought to mind the heady days of the civil rights movement? The answer says as much about what has changed over the past half-century as it says about what hasn't.

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Steve Kornacki, community outreach director of Unity08, the online independent party, speaks with Truthdig about his organization's vision for a third way in the coming election, why our political system is broken and how he intends to fix it.

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