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  • The little boy who no longer lives here

    I won't be reading this column today; it was hard enough just to write it. This is the father-notes-little-boy-growing-up column that I fought off a dozen times. Nick's high school graduation was in June. I attended, of course, and found myself too...
  • McCain losing votes to Obama in N.H.

    McCain losing votes to Obama in N.H.
    Like many New Hampshire voters, Dave Montgomery considers himself a dyed-in-the-wool independent -- which in this state means he can vote in either the Republican or Democratic presidential primary when he goes to the polls Jan. 8. This year, the semi-...
  • Democrats tighten U.S. Senate grip

    The same Democratic wave that made history yesterday by electing Barack Obama to the presidency drowned Republicans in the House and Senate and seemed poised to give Democrats commanding power in Congress. Voters appeared to be looking for someone to...
  • Swamp Sunrise

     
    Good morning. Here are a few Washington events of note for Friday, May 23. President Bush is speaking on World Trade Week. Former presidential candidate and World War II veteran Bob Dole is speaking at a National Press Club......
  • Sen. Ted Kennedy a fighter, friends say

     
    Sen. Edward Kennedy greets his beloved Portuguese Water Dogs upon leaving Massachusetts General Hospital. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images.) by Jill Zuckman Friends and colleagues of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy instinctively reached for the same...
  • Cali-foh-nia: Obama stronger than Clinton

     
    by Don Frederick Hillary Clinton may have scored a solid win over Barack Obama in California's presidential primary on Feb. 5 (as she frequently likes to remind folks these days), but a new L.A. Times/KTLA poll finds he would fare......
  • Myths about the white male vote

     
    by Michael Tackett This message is for that oppressed, neglected, passed over, bitter, gun-toting group of people otherwise known as working-class white males: You really don't matter. To all the hand-wringing over Sen. Barack Obama's alleged problem with...
  • Naked Ambition

     
    Which was the most fevered lunge for self-promotion by a power player? 1. Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi hosting a press conference with Suffolk social-services leaders to warn of the dangers of mothers co-sleeping with their young kids. 2. Scott.....
  • Hillary Clinton: Wild card in veepstakes

     
    by James Oliphant and Jim Tankersley One virtue of this late start to the general-election campaign for the White House is that it leaves less time than usual for the ritual of back-porch punditry: identifying that sure-to-be vice-presidential pick. As......
  • Bush the Yalie becomes Jayhawk, briefly

     
    by Frank James President Bush was the Jayhawk-in-chief, at least for a few minutes in the White House Rose Garden today, as he welcomed the NCAA Division 1 champion University of Kansas basketball team. The president even said "Rock......
  • Noonan: 'Let McCain be McCain'

     
    by James Oliphant Wall Street Journal columnist, Republican pundit and former Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan is concerned about John McCain. She is sensing a certain, well, Bob Dole vibe emanating from him. And for Republicans, that's not good. Her...