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Media consider alternatives to Hillary in light of email controversy

After months of nearly blackout coverage of other possible Democratic presidential nominees, the national media is giving renewed attention to potential Hillary Clinton challengers in light of her email controversy.

During her tenure as secretary of state, Clinton, a likely presidential candidate, exclusively used a personal email while conducting government business. The email was registered to a server based out of Clinton's personal residence. Clinton's email correspondence practices were in violation of federal rules dictating that electronic communication by government officials must be stored on official servers.

The news led to a spate of stories speculating on whether the controversy would serve as a boon to Clinton's potential 2016 challengers, including Vice President Joe Biden, former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb and former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley. All three have publicly said they're considering a run for president.

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