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  • Sarah Palin vs. Bambi: Palin wins

     
    by Mark Silva ST. PAUL, Minn. - Mom shot Bambi. That family photo of Sarah Palin back at college wearing the T-shirt - "I may be broke, but I'm not flat busted" - is only one of many that have......
  • Barack Obama's no-bounce bounce: CNN

     
    by Mark Silva ST. PAUL, Minn. - The 'bounce'' is gone. So says a new CNN/Opinion Research poll released just now. With a survey of voters taken Friday through today, the results show that 49 percent said they support the......
  • McCain-Obama poll: No bounces at all

     
    by Mark Silva and updated. Follow the bouncing polls. Some say bounce, some say no bounce. Both Barack Obama and John McCain got bounces out of their presidential nominating conventions, according to the results of the Gallup Poll's daily track.......
  • Obama, McCain: Polls show a true battle

     
    by Mark Silva It's a battle. In the battlegrounds. Forgot those national polls that portray a dead heat in the contest between Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain. Polls in some of the most heavily contested states are showing......
  • Americans back federal economic action

     
    by Mark Silva As pollsters start attempting to gauge public sentiment about the mortgage debt bailout that the Bush administration is proposing, the $700-billion question is the big one. A new survey from CNN and Opinion Research doesn't quite get......
  • From the archives: New-Style Election Altering Soviet Political Landscape

    MOSCOW -- Profound political changes are under way in the Soviet Union as the country prepares this month for its first contested parliamentary elections since the earliest days of the Soviet state. A dramatic upsurge in political activism at the grass-...
  • From the archives: Reformers Push New Views

    LENINGRAD, Soviet Union -- Vera Mamina is a survivor of the 900-day Nazi siege of this city in World War II, and she has been an archivist at its Piskarevski wartime memorial cemetery for 20 years. But even she can't fully fathom the monument's hold...