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  • 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......
  • 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......
  • Democrats pushing new GI Bill

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown On Thursday, House Democrats tied what they call the GI Bill for the 21st Century to the latest round of war spending for Iraq and Afghanistan. Today, they're linking it to Memorial Day. "My friends, Memorial......
  • McCain: Obama ready to appease Castro

     
    by Mark Silva Ronald Reagan set the high-water mark for the Republican Party in South Florida's Cuban community, with exiles rallying to his fervent anti-Communism. Bill Clinton made the biggest dent for Democrats among Cuban-Americans in South Florida in...
  • Hillary Clinton's army isn't giving up

     
    Clinton at her victory party in Charleston, WV last Tuesday. (HillaryClinton.com) by James Oliphant A dispatch from last week on the campaign trail: ELEANOR, W.Va.--It was a rain-spitting, windy, ugly night and there were 1,000 reasons for the people........
  • Bush's meetings: Smiles, no questions

     
    by Mark Silva SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt -- Sometimes, the president and his counterpart from another nation deliver a few remarks after their meetings. Sometimes they just smile. But seldom do they take any questions. A "pool" of reporters follows the......
  • Bush White House battles the media

     
    By David Nitkin The White House is staying on the offensive against media reports it considers misleading. A day after White House counselor Ed Gillespie dispatched a sharply worded email letter to NBC News president Steve Capus about the editing......
  • Paterson's human-rights pick is an ex-rival

     
    Gov. Paterson has tapped a one-time political rival, Galen Kirkland, to head the state???s Human Rights Division. In 1985, the pair vied for the Democratic nomination in a state Senate race after the death of Leon Bogues. Paterson beat......
  • Rock, retirement for Obama in Portland

     
    by Jim Tankersley Updated with McCain response. PORTLAND, Ore. - Maybe a dozen times or so a year, the sun smiles warmly, but not too warmly, on the banks of the Willamette River in downtown Portland. A cool breeze blows......
  • Obama: 'Be nice' to Clinton backers

     
    by Jim Tankersley PORTLAND, Ore. - Barack Obama had some fightin' words for Republicans George W. Bush and John McCain at a late fundraiser here last night - and some kind ones for fans of his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.......