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  • Obama's huge debt to Bill Clinton

     
    (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green) by Frank James Here's an interesting thought: Sen. Barack Obama's legions of admirers and supporters should thank the Clintons because without them, Obama's road to the White House would be a lot steeper if not......
  • Obama counters McCain on 'appeasement'

     
    by John McCormick Sen. Barack Obama today continued to his running debate with Sen. John McCain and President Bush over foreign policy in the Middle East and whether it makes sense to have unconditional talks with Iran. Speaking in......
  • Report: Bush apology for Quran shooting

     
    by Frank James If you're a non-commissioned officer who has to be shipped back to the states because of allegedly using a Quran, the Islamic holy book, for target practice, you probably know, or should know, you're in serious trouble.......
  • Clinton: No last call at Maker's Mark

     
    By Rick Pearson LORETTO, Ky.--Tired of hearing TV pundits declare "last call" for her presidential campaign, Sen. Hillary Clinton used a famed bourbon distillery to pronounce her broadcast critics as members of an elite wealthy class that isn't troubled...
  • Democrats pushing new GI Bill

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown On Thursday, House Democrats tied what they call the GI Bill for the 21st Century to the latest round of war spending for Iraq and Afghanistan. Today, they're linking it to Memorial Day. "My friends, Memorial......
  • Bush: 'Move past old grievances'

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown In the last major address of his trip to the Middle East, President Bush plans to urge the region's leaders to "move past old grievances" and toward economic and political reforms. Bush, who has visited Israel......
  • McCain: Obama ready to appease Castro

     
    by Mark Silva Ronald Reagan set the high-water mark for the Republican Party in South Florida's Cuban community, with exiles rallying to his fervent anti-Communism. Bill Clinton made the biggest dent for Democrats among Cuban-Americans in South Florida in...
  • Kennedy diagnosed with brain tumor

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown Sen. Edward M. Kennedy has been diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor after suffering a seizure over the weekend, according to doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital. His prognosis remains unknown, pending further tests. The...
  • McCain to Obama: Iran threat significant

     
    by Jill Zuckman Visiting Sen. Barack Obama's home turf this morning, Sen. John McCain laid into Obama for his willingness to negotiate with Iran, as well as for comparing the threat that Iran poses to the former Soviet Union.......
  • Clinton supporters in their own words

     
    by James Oliphant On Monday, the Chicago Tribune ran a front-page article on the refusal of Hillary Clinton's most passionate devotees to give up or concede the race to Barack Obama by any measure. It suggested that if Obama......
  • Swamp rewind: Kennedy chooses Obama

     
    With Sen. Edward Kennedy's health dominating the news today, we thought we would take you back to last Jan. 28, when Kennedy's endorsement of Barack Obama was a landmark event in the senator's presidential campaign: by Mike Dorning WASHINGTON--At......