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  • Bush targeting Obama? Isn't really saying

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush created a stir back home last week when he said, in Israel, that there are "some'' who want to negotiate with dangerous powers in the world and it reminds him of those who were willing......
  • Hillary Clinton's army isn't giving up

     
    Clinton at her victory party in Charleston, WV last Tuesday. (HillaryClinton.com) by James Oliphant A dispatch from last week on the campaign trail: ELEANOR, W.Va.--It was a rain-spitting, windy, ugly night and there were 1,000 reasons for the people........
  • Things younger than John McCain

     
    By Don Frederick Later this week, John McCain's campaign is expected to confront head-on questions about his physical fitness to be president -- an issue stemming partly from his age -- with the release of his medical records and a......
  • Oregon matters, and voters love it

     
    by Jim Tankersley From today's Chicago Tribune: PENDLETON, Ore. -- Three thousand people filed slowly into the warm-winded eastern Oregon twilight Sunday, left to wonder which was more improbable: that their rodeo town had just played host to a...
  • Bush: 'We can reach peace... this year'

     
    by Mark Silva SHARM EL-SHEIK, Egypt - President Bush, concluding a five-day tour of the Middle East, voiced increased confidence that Israeli and Palestinian leaders can agree upon the outlines of a new Palestine state by the end of this......
  • Bill Clinton: GOP smarter on MI, FL

     
    by Rick Pearson LOUISVILLE--Sen. Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, made a brunchtime stop at a downtown diner today on primary day, posing for photos and signing autographs as she prepared for an anticipated Kentucky...
  • Obama 'broadening' Democratic base

     
    by Mark Silva Sen. Barack Obama has benefitted from "a surge'' of voter support in recent days, according to the Gallup Poll, which has pegged Obama's advantage over Sen. Hillary Clinton among Democrats at a "record'' 16 points. The results......
  • Obama gets 'purified,' adds new name

     
    by Christi Parsons Barack Obama has been called a lot of names while running for president, and now he has a new one to add to the list: Awe Kooda Bilaxpak Kuuxshish. He picked it up on a visit in......
  • Obama's race still matters to some

     
    by Rex W. Huppke MUNFORDVILLE, Ky. -- Mike Rife is white, a semiretired factory worker with a high school education and a 2-foot-square sign on his lawn that makes friends and neighbors flip him the finger as they drive by.......
  • Bush: Oil-drill foes 'scream' for Saudi aid

     
    by Mark Silva SHARM EL SHEIKH, Egypt - A rebuffed President Bush complained today that "those who are screaming the loudest'' about Saudi Arabia stepping up oil production are the same people opposing his efforts to expand domestic oil drilling.......
  • What the 'Huck' was he thinking?

     
    By Rick Pearson LOUISVILLE--During his bid for the presidency, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee was known to be quick with a quip, using his background as a motivational speaker to make audiences laugh. But a few hours after he appeared......