With the primary season over and a parade of superdelegate endorsements, many news outlets are calling Illinois Sen. Barack Obama the Democratic nominee. But Hillary Clinton is not conceding.
There was a hubbub earlier Tuesday when it was reported that Clinton told New York legislators she would accept the vice-presidential slot on a Democratic ticket. But her campaign dismissed the novelty of the remarks, saying they were "nothing new."
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