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  • Super: Obama gets first of the day

     
    In addition to picking up one of Edwards' delegates, Obama adds a superdelegate -- Rep. Jim McDermott of Washington. From Seattle Post-Intelligencer: "I am confident as president he will end the war in Iraq and bring our sons and......
  • Pelosi challenges McCain, sort of

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown The oblique references continue. Some believe President Bush was alluding to Barack Obama this morning when he criticized "some people" who "seem to believe we should negotiate with terrorists and radicals." Now House Speaker Nancy...
  • McCain: "Hysterical"

     
    We'll do one more post on this Bush-McCain-Obama battle over Israel/Iraq/Iran/Hamas/Nazi-appeasement because it's one of the first extended exchanges of the campaign, and it sets down some markers. McCain responds to Obama's remarks in two parts. The...
  • Israeli bribery probe questions Americans

     
    by Mark Silva JERUSALEM - The corruption investigation that threatens the government of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has reached out to interrogate some significant American political donors - denying any role in bribery of the prime minister. S....
  • Wanted: DNA of everyone arrested

     
    by Mark Silva A mug-shot and a set of finger-prints won't be enough at the booking desk anymore. The government is demanding DNA as well. "The attorney general is directing all agencies of the United States that arrest or detain......
  • Paterson: Should well-off gov keep rent-stabilized digs?

     
    A story in the NYSun: Gov. Paterson and his wife make $270,000 a year. They own a house in Guilderlands. They can also live in the rather grand executive mansion in Albany if they choose. And, they also enjoy......
  • Hillary v. Barack: Who's really stronger?

     
    Hillary Clinton's campaign has, to a large degree, come down to arguing that she would be a stronger general election candidate against McCain, especially because of her strength among white working-class voters. Two interesting looks at that argument:...
  • Edwards delegates: One for Obama...

     
    Obama gets endorsed by one of Edwards' delegates, with more expected. He's Joshua Denton of New Hampshire, a 26-year-old Iraq vet. Associated Press: "He thinks that Obama is the change the country needs, along with having the best chance......
  • Bush: Has he talked to his defense secretary lately?

     
    Bush, having done such a bang up job that he has some of the lowest approval ratings in history, decides to lecture the Democrats -- and, aides say, Obama -- on "appeasement" in a speech to the Knesset celebrating......
  • Bush, Hitler and campaign reverberations

     
    by Mark Silva JERUSALEM - The massive traveling retinue of the White House road show, leaving Israel in the rear-view mirror of Air Force One and landing in Saudi Arabia this morning, maintains that it wasn't meddling in the presidential......
  • McCain 2006: Negotiate with Hamas (Updated)

     
    Amid all his purported outrage about Obama and Iran, it turns out that two years ago John McCain supported negotiating with Hamas after it won Palestinian elections. The interview, conducted by former State Dept. spokesman James Rubin, who writes......