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Clinton's White House dream lives despite Bernie surge

It may be the narrowest victory in Iowa history, but Hillary Clinton’s win over Bernie Sanders puts her on course to clinch the Democratic nomination even if it’s more of an uphill battle than she once hoped. The former secretary of state took 49.8 percent of the vote compared to 49.6 percent for Sanders, allowing her to breathe “a big sigh of relief” in the Midwest heartland that ditched her for Barack Obama eight years ago. “Make no mistake we are in a fight to the finish,” she told voters in New Hampshire as the Republican field edged into a three-horse race between evangelical Ted Cruz, billionaire Donald Trump and telegenic Marco Rubio.

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