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  • Sarah Palin: Clothing, Africa and 2012

     
    by Mark Silva Sarah Palin didn't ask for the clothes. Sarah Palin knows Africa is a continent. Sarah Palin, the first-term governor of Alaska and losing Republican nominee for vice president, says so, in an interview with FOX News Channel's......
  • Obama team crafting early game plan

     
    President-elect Barack Obama holds a press conference after meeting with the Transition Economic Advisory Board at the Hilton Hotel in Chicago on Friday, November 7, 2008. (Chicago Tribune photo by Zbigniew Bzdak ) by Frank James Blame Franklin Delano.......
  • Dana Perino: 'Three to tango'

     
    by Mark Silva and updated The White House today denied that President Bush was suggesting any trade-off when he discussed with President-elect Barack Obama his interest in winning a Colombia Free Trade agreement in the context of getting some emergency......
  • McCain heads down to Latin America

     
    by Deborah Bonello Republican presumptive presidential nominee Sen. John McCain, who over the weekend went head to head with Democratic rival Barack Obama over the issue of immigration, heads down to Latin America today in a tour expected to include......
  • Bush to attend Beijing Olympic opener

     
    by Frank James In the time-honored Washington tradition of waiting until the last minute before a weekend or holiday to drop controversial news, the White House waited until the eve of the Independence Day holiday to announce that President Bush......
  • Bush's odd auto industry-free trade link

     
    by Frank James President Bush was said to be seeking a horse-trade from President-elect Obama during their White House meeting yesterday. The current president evidently offered to support a bailout for the auto-industry if the future president...
  • Bush: Economy 'can rebound quickly'

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush, who will convene a summit of world leaders on the economic crisis with a dinner at the White House on Friday and meetings on Saturday, will spell out his goals today in an address to......
  • President Bush: 'Economic turmoil'

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush has gone to Peru. But Bush, making his last scheduled trip abroad as president, has not gotten away from the economic crisis that has beset his nation and many others near the close of his......
  • Obama in Peoria: Workers still worried

     
    by Christi Parsons EAST PEORIA, Ill.-- President Barack Obama preached a message of hope about the economy here today, praising employees gathered in a Caterpillar plant for soldiering through tough times, and promising that help is on the way. But......
  • Toyota to Export U.S.-Built Camrys to South Korea

     
    Toyota announced today it will export Camry sedans from Kentucky and Indiana to South Korea, making it the sixth U.S.-built vehicle the Japanese automaker exports. About 7,000 Camry sedans will ship from assembly plants in Georgetown, Ky., and Lafayette,...
  • 'Buy American,' buy Canadian, too

     
    by Rebecca Cole As President Barack Obama landed in Canada today for his first official trip outside the country, he addressed concerns about a protectionist "Buy American" clause in the $787-billion stimulus act and how it could affect the two......