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Starbucks Chief Howard Schultz Backs Clinton — May Run Himself One Day

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In a move to boost his national security credibility, Donald Trump released an endorsement letter signed by 88 retired military figures.


Minnesota Vikings Owner Thinks Big With New Stadium — and Blows a Big Horn

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