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  • Hillary speaks

     
    Alone, at the podium: "There are some who have wanted to cut this race short. ... We know from the Bible that faith can move mountains. I am more determined than ever to carry on this campaign until everyone has......
  • Clinton: Raising the stakes in WV

     
    Speaking of West Virginia: Clinton tries to raise the stakes on West Virginia, with a memo arguing that "any significant increase in voter turnout, coupled with a decisive Clinton victory, would send a strong message that Democrats remain excited......
  • Mississippi: Test marketing Obama, down ticket

     
    The other race to watch tonight is a special election for Congress in Mississippi, pitting Democrat Travis Childers against Republican Greg Davis. A few weeks ago, when Jeremiah Wright's tirades were everywhere, Davis ran the ad below -- attempting to.......
  • Chuck for Veep? Why not? He doesn't say no!

     
    The Hill, the newspaper about Congress, asked the 97 Senators who aren't running for president whether they were interested in becoming vice-president. Some, like Arlen Specter, made it simple: "Absolutely not." Sen. Schumer, however, was not so direct:...
  • Obama: We're gonna lose. Big.

     
    In case anyone hasn't been listening, Obama issues a pre-WV expectations emphasizing, again, that he expects to lose badly, and that he doesn't think it matters: "And for perspective, while 28 pledged delegates are up for grabs this evening, Obama......
  • Clinton's role in Senate bitterness

     
    Sen. Hillary Clinton in Charleston, West Virginia, May 13, 2008. (Photo: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images) by Frank James The Hill newspaper draws back the curtain on something a lot of people, including me, didn't know. Sen. Hillary Clinton was the......
  • White House on Mideast: 'It's a big deal'

     
    President Bush waves with Israeli President Shimon Peres as he arrives at the President's Residence in Jerusalem on May 14, 2008. (Photo: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images) by Mark Silva TEL AVIV -- Framing the issues of security that Israelis and......
  • House GOP loses to Democrats - again

     
    Travis Childers delivers his victory speech in Booneville, Miss., Tuesday night May 13, 2008. (AP Photo/Michael H. Miller) by Jill Zuckman Another Republican district bites the dust. First, House Republicans lost previously safe seats in Louisiana and...
  • McCain aides' entangling foreign alliances

     
    by Frank James Thomas Jefferson famously warned an earlier generation of Americans against "entangling (foreign) alliances." Now Sen. John McCain may be seeing the wisdom of that as applied to his own campaign aides. The Wall Street Journal reports today....
  • Israel: Serenity, violence and sadness

     
    by Mark Silva JERUSALEM -- Even as President Bush meets with Israeli leaders in Jerusalem, pressing for progress in peace talks with the Palestinians, Israeli TV is consumed with images of the newest rocket attack from the Gaza Strip. This......
  • Clinton won't be "pushed out"

     
    by Christi Parsons HIllary Clinton doesn't intend to be "pushed out," she tells Brian Williams in an interview airing tonight on NBC Nightly News. That's because "until it's over, it's not over," she tells FOX News Channel's Major Garrett. It's......