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  • McCain sees better times as president

     
    by Jill Zuckman What kind of president would Sen. John McCain be? In a speech in Columbus, Ohio today, McCain said he knows he can't govern by fiat and hopes that by bringing together the two parties he can accomplish......
  • Bush's Hitler remarks single-out no 'one'

     
    by Mark Silva, updated with Obama and White House. JERUSALEM - Words are everything. So what did President Bush have in mind today when he told the Israeli Knesset that some "seem to believe we should negotiate with terrorists and......
  • For mayor: How about Andrew '09?

     
    In a recent fit of slow-news speculation, we recently speculated about Chuck Schumer as a possible vice-president, and Hillary (No, we're not trying to force her out before all the votes have been counted) Clinton as a possible successor......
  • In Suffolk, Browning tangles with South Shore Press

     
    Suffolk Legis. Kate Browning came under front page attack from her local weekly newspaper, South Shore Press, in its Wednesday edition, for abstaining on the vote to make the weekly one of the county???s official papers. The paper, where......
  • Clinton donor: $1 million for a superdelegate?

     
    Here's a story worth reading: Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers billionaire Haim Saban, a big Clinton moneyman, called the Young Democrats of America. He offered to underwrite the group's activities to the tune of $1 million. He also pushed for the......
  • Siena NY poll: Bad question = meaningless answer?

     
    A new Siena poll, out today, shows that both Clinton and Obama -- in contrast to the last poll -- have started to distance themselves from McCain in New York. Clinton and Obama both lead by 11 up from......
  • Obama: Let 'er buck (but no bulls)

     
    by Jim Tankersley Updated PENDLETON, Ore. - The 3,200 people piled into the local convention center here, on the dry eastern side of the Cascade Range, might seem at first glance like a let-down for Barack Obama. After all, he......
  • Jim Webb's fighting political manifesto

     
    by David Lerman In his new book, Virginia Sen. Jim Webb describes an America that lacks a coherent national security strategy while bogged down in a war that should never have been fought. It is a country, he says, where......
  • Nike to sponsor Yanks when they move across street

     
    Nike will be sponsoring the Yankees next season, supplanting Adidas, sayeth the Sports Business Journal. Click below for the story, by Terry Lefton.......
  • Clinton: No way this ends soon

     
    Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton walks out of the home of Eddie and Robin Clark for a campaign rally in Prestonsburg, Ky., Monday, May 19, 2008. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) by Rick Pearson PRESTONSBURG, Ky.--Deep in the coal-rich mountains of eastern......
  • Kennedy a fighter: Colleagues

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown The mood at the Capitol is somber this afternoon as Ted Kennedy's Senate colleagues absorb the news of his cancer diagnosis. "It's time like this that you realize - we realize - that the Senate......