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Best: The flavor-dusted tortilla-chip company wins this year’s game-within-a-game battle in the salty crunch product category and looks strong to take the overall crown, too. Matthew McConaughey is feeling flat these days, and looking it, too, in the spot’s superb sort of animation. He’s invisible at the coffee counter when he’s turned sideways; his Roomba almost sucks him up; and Jimmy Kimmel asks him if he traveled to the show by fax machine. Then he tries the new, puffy Doritos 3D Crunch product, and, he, too, adds dimensions to his frame. From Queen’s “I Want to Break Free” as the backing song to the vending machine ending, this is top-tier stuff.

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Iowa real estate executive Theresa Greenfield, with the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee’s backing, won the June primary to take on Sen. Joni Ernst, who’s seeking a second term. The race has looked increasingly competitive as Trump has struggled in the Hawkeye State and across the country.

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Brigantine's Amy Kennedy won the backing of Atlantic County Democrats at the convention this year, in her primary race against six other candidates for the right to challenge Congressman Jeff Van Drew, R-2nd, in November. The vote was 157 for Kennedy, 73 for Longport's Brigid Harrison, and 21 or fewer for Vineland's Will Cunningham, Atlantic County Freeholder Ashley Bennett, and Brigantine's Robert Turkavage. 

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Clinton sparred strenuously with Black Lives Matters protesters who interrupted his campaign speech in Philadelphia in April.

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