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Wading into domestic politics for the first time since she became secretary of State more than four years ago, Hillary Clinton delivered a 30-minute address Thursday at a Clinton Global Initivate event in Chicago. She talked about the nation's future, specifically employment opportunities for women and young people. Unsurprisingly, the address has spiked speculation about her presidential plans even further. A promising sign: she received a standing ovation.