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  • Phone home: Presidential focus sought

     
    by Mark Silva As Barack Obama and John McCain prepare to debate their views of the world and America's role in it tonight, voters are voicing wariness about the sort of foreign policy that the United States has pursued for......
  • Obama: Grandmother ill, cancelling events (Updated)

     
    CNN reports that Obama's grandmother, more like a mother for him, is seriously ill. He's going to Hawaii, and cancelling campaign events on Thursday, to resume over the weekend. Update: Here's the statement: "Senator Obama's grandmother, Madelyn Dunham,...
  • Obama on grandma: No time to spare

     
    Watch CBS Videos Online by Frank James In an interview on Wednesday, Sen. Barack Obama explained to CBS "Early Show" co-anchor Harry Smith why he's taking a break from his presidential campaign later today and heading to Hawaii to visit......
  • Obama: Grandmother 'gravely ill'

     
    by Mark Silva Barack Obama, in Hawaii to see his gravely ill grandmother, said he worried that she will not survive to see Election Day. Obama left the campaign trail for a day and a half to visit Madelyn Dunham,......
  • Obama releases doctor's letter

     
    by John McCormick In a letter released today by his campaign, Sen. Barack Obama's primary care physician said the presidential candidate has been in "excellent health" during the 21 years that he has been a patient. "Sen. Barack Obama is......
  • Subaru's STi Police Car

     
    Subaru???s ???punish the pavement??? slogan for its high-performance STi gets new meaning when you see the way one Chicago suburb is preventing street racing and promoting safe driving. In the spring of 2008, the village of Itasca, Ill., swore into......
  • The no-retirement economy takes hold

     
    by William Neikirk They don't know each other, but Kay Flanery and Mary Ann Bell share something in common. They both saw their savings plunge during the stock market meltdown. Now, they both say they will have to work longer......
  • Roland Burris, Harry Reid: D.C. face-off

     
    by Mike Dorning Former Illinois Atty. Gen. Roland Burris and Senate Democratic leaders determined to block his seating in the U.S. Senate plan to sit down Wednesday in the U.S. Capitol for a face-to-face meeting. Aides to Senate Majority Leader......
  • SoS: Hype is here

     
    The press release describing Gov. Paterson's State of the State address has a catchy, all caps title: "IN FIRST STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS, GOVERNOR PATERSON OUTLINES PLAN FOR A STRONGER NEW YORK: TALKS OF CONFRONTING FISCAL CRISIS HEAD ON......
  • Like crabs in the steamer

     
    Here we go, dear readers, staggering into what could well be some of the hottest, steamiest couple of days this summer. First, the warnings:Excessive Heat Watch: posted for Saturday in Baltimore, Southern Baltimore County, Washington, D.C., Arlington,...
  • Congratulations, you're at goal! Now what?

     
    Back in November my pal Lynn Bering was featured on Oprah as a "weight loss all-star" for losing over 150 pounds, and if you missed that show it'll be on again Monday so set the TiVos. Lynn has kept off......