CBS: Clinton Wins Indiana

CBS News calls the race for Hillary Clinton.

NBC News still is not calling the race, as some of the vote in Obama strongholds is not yet in.

Update: Obama appears to have conceded Indiana, as he congratulated Clinton on what "appears to be a victory" in the state.

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