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  • Sunday shows: Turning the page

     
    by James Oliphant For all intents and purposes, the panelists and hosts of the Washington-based Sunday morning talk shows have their eyes focused on November. That's not good news for Hillary Clinton, who contends the race for the Democratic nomination......
  • Guide to the Sunday morning shows

     
    by James Oliphant Here's a guide to who's where Sunday morning. Meet the Press (NBC) Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia, mentioned as a possible vice presidential candidate, plus former Gov. Mike Huckabee and former Rep. Harold Ford, he head of......
  • Front Row: Obama unknown to Floridians

     
    by Bill Gibson We've got six months of hard campaigning before Election Day, and already the presidential candidates are fighting over Florida. John McCain and Barack Obama are competing for Cuban-American votes in Miami this week. Obama also will be........
  • McCain, Ridge: friends, running mates?

     
    by Josh Drobnyk Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge was among the prospective running mates invited to Sen. John McCain's Arizona ranch this weekend, but he has a prior commitment in Europe and won't be attending. "I was invited to go,"......
  • The Obama veepstakes

     
    by Naftali Bendavid Reports are surfacing that the Obama campaign has begun the process of vetting potential running mates. Sen. Obama is still seeking a careful balance in his campaigning, turning his attention to the general election battle against...
  • Cuban cell phones: Can you hear us now?

     
    by Mark Silva Cuba may not be flat, but the world is. President Bush, celebrating a "Day of Solidarity with the Cuban People,'' has agreed to let Americans with relatives in Cuba to send cell phones to the island as......
  • Ignoring President Bush's comments, U.S. Rep. Ron Klein calls trip to Israel `uplifting and productive'

     
    Back in Washington after a visit to Israel, U.S. Rep. Ron Klein, D-Boca Raton, is eager to chat about the ???bipartisan tone??? of the trip he made with a dozen other members of Congress. It was a trip that......
  • McCain hosts some potential veeps?

     
    by Mark Silva Sen. John McCain has invited some house guests to his ranch in Sedona, Arizona, this weekend, which is certain to fuel speculation about the Republican Party's presidential ticket. The guest list, according to the New York Times,......
  • Troopers: A funeral

     
    We don't pretend to know the truth behind AG Cuomo's investigation of an alleged rogue political unit in the state police, requested by Gov. Paterson some weeks ago after complaints from legislators and a couple of stories in the......
  • McCain: My Three Veeps

     
    McCain will be meeting with three possible vice-presidents this weekend: Florida Gov. Charlie Crist (left), Louisiana's Bobby Jindal (right), and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who along with Huckabee mounted the strongest challenge to McCain. The...
  • Paterson diagnosis: Glaucoma

     
    Gov. Paterson was diagnosed Tuesday with acute glaucoma in his left eye and was to undergo a "routine procedure" to relieve the pressure, his office says. Paterson, who turned 54 Tuesday, checked into Mount Sinai Medical Center earlier in......