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Hillary Clinton: The non-commital frontrunner who never left

The former secretary of state had lunch with the president, breakfast with the vice president, and has a super PAC that raised $1 million in the last reporting period--2016 doesn't look so far away now.Full story

Joe Biden to Al: ‘Keep door open’ for me at TODAY

  After TODAY’s Al Roker invited Vice President Joe Biden to co-host TODAY, Biden responded via tweet, suggesting maybe he and Hillary Clinton can host together.

Clinton-Biden breakfast has Washington scrambling for clues

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's breakfast with Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday was so far under the radar that it was not known whether they discussed the elephant in the room: Whether they will run against each other for president in 2016. Full story

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AP source: Hillary Clinton group raises $1 million

The Company Memo: Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Hillary Clinton to get documentary treatment

Attention 2016 watchers: Hillary Clinton has lunch at the White House

NBC to air Hillary Clinton miniseries

News Summary: Probe may go beyond DHS official

APNewsBreak: Homeland Security official probed

Axelrod: Clinton will ‘probably’ run in 2016; Biden could be opponent

Pelosi: ‘The country is ready’ for a President Hillary Clinton

First Read Flash: Rock the Vote

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  News Cycle: Clinton’s meals with Obama and Biden fuel 2016 speculation

The Cycle hosts discuss Hillary Clinton’s meetings with the President and Vice President, President Barack Obama’s meeting with Middle East peace negotiators, a giant leaking propane tank in Florida and legal issues for a “Real House of New Jersey."

  Spin Cycle: Should restaurants include calorie counts on menus?

The Cycle hosts discuss the practicality of a proposed federal law requiring the number of calories to be included in restaurants with twenty or more locations.

  Paul vs. Christie and what it could all mean for 2016

NYC mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner appears to be suffering a huge setback in the polls following news of his latest sexting scandal. The Washington Post's Eugene Robinson and former DLC Chair Harold Ford Jr. join a conversation on Weiner and a recent GOP rift between NJ Gov. Chris Christie and Sen.

  Weiner is ‘focused like a laser’ on people of NYC

Despite recent polls showing a majority of democratic primary voters want him out of the race, former disgraced Congressman Anthony Weiner insists he isn’t quitting in his bid to become New York City mayor. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.

  Hillary Clinton makes the DC rounds

After lunch Monday with President Obama and breakfast Tuesday with Vice President Joe Biden, rumors are spinning up again about Hillary Clinton’s possible run in 2016. The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza, Politico’s Maggie Haberman, and NBC’s Peter Alexander join Andrea Mitchell to discuss what the

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