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Democrats spar over Mich.

John McCain, meeting for the first time with Prime Minister Gordon Brown of Britain yesterday, refrained from calling publicly for Britain to slow the pace of its troop withdrawal from southern Iraq. John McCain, meeting for the first time with Prime Minister Gordon Brown of Britain yesterday, refrained from calling publicly for Britain to slow the pace of its troop withdrawal from southern Iraq. (Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
March 21, 2008

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Barack Obama's campaign said yesterday that evenly splitting Michigan's delegates with rival Hillary Clinton would be a fair way to distribute them, now that the chances of a do-over primary are essentially dead. (Full article: 838 words)

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