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  • McCain wrapping up Latin America trip

     
    by Katie Fretland Sen. John McCain is in Mexico's capital today to meet with President Felipe Calderon. The presumptive Republican nominee for president planned to highlight immigration and trade issues during the meeting. First, he planned to visit the...
  • Economy's job losses meet expectations

     
    by Frank James It was a bad news, good news morning for economy watchers. The bad news was that the economy shed 62,000 jobs in June, the sixth straight month in which employers cut their payrolls. Meanwhile, the unemployment rate......
  • McCain: Flip-flop count at 61. (Updated: Obama=17)

     
    A week or so ago, with McCain hyperventilating about Obama reversals on matters such as public financing of his campaign, we linked to a site that was tracking McCain's flip-flops. McCain is still hyperventilating. His current claim is that......
  • Bush: Economy won't 'change on a dime'

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush, asserting that the American banking system remains strong at a time of troubling bank failures, today declined to predict when the economy will regain steam. "I'm not an economist... But I do believe that we're......
  • AIDS relief for Africa: Bush's trophy

     
    by Mark Silva For all the tumult that has marked the presidency of George W. Bush, one pursuit of this administration has yeided continuing results: The fight against AIDS in Africa. Bush has challenged the U.S. to redouble its funding......
  • Bush thanks troops, Ted Stevens

     
    by Katie Fretland Touting progress in Iraq, President Bush yesterday stopped at Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska, where he thanked both the troops and an indicted Sen. Ted Stevens for their support of the war. He said an Army......
  • Lieberman: Obama is no Bill Clinton!

     
    We have Joe Lieberman's prepared remarks, after the jump. He argues that McCain is a real change agent, as is Palin -- but not Obama. One interesting line: He says Obama has never stood up to his party, in contrast......
  • Bush: Oil-drilling, hurricanes and storms

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush is trying to change the subject. The subject all week and this coming week: Hurricanes and tropical storms. The ones that have passed and the ones coming. The story line is good: Recovery efforts so......
  • Obama, McCain's world-sized challenges

     
    by Jim Tankersley and Christi Parsons First in an occasional series, 'United States of Anxiety' LEADVILLE, Colo.--There's a big world out there beyond the snow-streaked crags of Mt. Elbert and Mosquito Pass. You expect to escape it here, on the......
  • Bush: 'Warrior for... democratic values'

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush and Colombian President Alvaro Uribe, a couple of leaders with Harvard credentials on their resumes, met for dinner at the White House last night, a multi-course affair featuring rib-eye and punctuated with vintage wines....
  • McCain unsurprised by Powell Obama nod

     
    (AP Photo/FOX News Sunday, Gary Gardiner) by Frank James Sen. John McCain, appearing on Fox News Channel this morning, responded to Gen. Colin Powell's nationally televised endorsement this morning Sen. Barack Obama for president. Powell's was a coveted...