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If Hillary Clinton were to run for president in 2016, and if the election was held today, she'd easily win, according to a new poll. | AP Photo

It's a clean sweep for Hillary Clinton in Florida, poll shows

Even in Florida, voters would rather see another Clinton in the White House than another Bush, with a new poll showing Hillary Clinton has as much as a 21 percentage point lead over potential GOP candidates.

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The steep climb in racial disparity behind bars

Are black men in any better position now in the 50 years since the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964? No, and it's not even close, based on research from University of Chicago economists Derek Neal and Armin Rick.

Republican candidate for governor Bruce Rauner | AP file photo

Rauner has support for economic plan, poll shows

Here's some good news for Bruce Rauner: The Republican candidate for governor's economic plan, which he released last week, will help him more than hurt him, a new poll shows.

Bell Helicopter has a fairly sweet contract with the Department of Defense. | AP Photo

Pentagon paid $14.4 million for parts worth $4.4 million: report

If you're the manufacturer of helicopter parts, you may want to pitch your products to the Defense Department. That's because you'll end up pulling in some significant money — and significantly more money than those parts are worth, according to a report from the Office of the Inspector General.

Hillary Clinton is the most liked potential presidential candidate. | AP Photo

New poll gives Hillary Clinton another boost toward 2016

Out of 16 potential 2016 presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton handily beats everyone else when it comes to name recognition and favorability, according to a new Gallup poll.

 
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