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  • Obama's tough Appalachian spring

     
    by John Riley New polls out today suggest Obama is in for a rough couple of weeks in West Virginia and Kentucky, which he'll have to weather by shaping perceptions in the media that the race is over. In West......
  • Dem gov puts wind in McCain sails

     
    Updated with Kulongoski, Clinton spokesmen quotes. by Jim Tankersley PORTLAND, Ore. - John McCain got an unexpected boost in his bid to woo independent and Democratic voters here this afternoon: a shared stage with Oregon Gov. Ted Kulongoski. Kulongoski...
  • GOP RX for change, or social anxiety

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown House Republicans unveiled a new slogan today to go with their long-anticipated rebranding effort for the 2008 elections. And as several bloggers now have pointed out, it turns out it's already being used - to market......
  • As pressure builds, Clinton pulls out stops

     
    by James Oliphant LOGAN, W. Va-- Little Logan got the full Hillary Monday. Speaking to a crowd of close to 1,000 people in this mountainous West Virginia coal town, Clinton delivered a kitchen sink of a speech, conflating all of......
  • Big money from a small donor

     
    by Don Frederick As 11-year-old Dalton Hatfield set about selling his earthly possessions, his parents thought he was doing his part to help pay for a family vacation. Instead, he was doing his part to help his favored presidential candidate,......
  • Dems aiming at S. Florida GOP stronghold

     
    One more sign congressional Republicans may be in for a rough ride this election season: Democrats are fielding strong candidates in GOP breadbasket districts, like the western Miami-Dade county redoubt of Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart. Diaz-Balart cruised to...
  • Former DNC Chair Romer backs Obama

     
    by Mike Dorning updated Barack Obama picked up support from another former Democratic party chair and political ally of former President Bill Clinton a few moments ago. Former Democratic National Committee General Chairman and former Colorado Gov. Roy...
  • Obama-Clinton ticket: 55% Dems say yes

     
    by Mark Silva While most Democrats are telling pollsters that Sen. Hillary Clinton should continue her contest with Sen. Barack Obama for the party's presidential nomination, most also say they like the idea of Obama tapping Clinton for his running......
  • Abdullah, can you spare some gas?

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown As President Bush prepares for his trip this week to the Middle East, the Democratic Senate leadership is asking him to prevail on the government of Saudi Arabia to help Americans with the rising price of......
  • Larry Craig on VP offer: 'No, Hillary'

     
    by Mark Silva The vice president's job - until the reign of Dick Cheney - was largely a matter of holding a mirror under the nose of the president to see if he was still breathing. But now, in the......
  • Bush vs. Iran: Military 'on table' or shelf?

     
    by Mark Silva With all his repeated talk of keeping military options "on the table'' when it comes to Iran, President Bush has fueled speculation in the region - and around the world - that the United States is gearing......