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  • Obama meets commanders in Iraq

     
    by Liz Sly BAGHDAD - Sen. Barack Obama arrived in Baghdad on Monday for a firsthand look at conditions on the ground in Iraq as part of a tour of the Middle East and Europe designed to burnish his foreign-policy......
  • Pullout debate rages despite calm in Iraq

     
    by Liz Sly BAGHDAD -- No one disputes that Baghdad is calmer, but Iraqi opinions are deeply divided over whether the lull means it is safe to start contemplating a withdrawal of U.S. forces -- a debate that intensified ahead......
  • Obama, Karzai keep talk 'positive'

     
    by Kim Barker KABUL, Afghanistan -- Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama met with Afghan President Hamid Karzai for almost two hours Sunday in a friendly discussion that addressed some of the troubled country's challenges but avoided...
  • Ferraro: Biden has what Obama lacks

     
    by Mark Silva Never mind Joe Biden's suggestion that he isn't "the guy'' likely to make Barack Obama's presidential ticket. Geraldine Ferraro, who's been there before, said today that she got the call from Walter Mondale to serve as his......
  • Bailout is now 'rescue plan'

     
    by Frank James The conventional wisdom in Washington is that one reason the Bush Administration's proposal to buy toxic assets from financial institutions failed in the House earlier this week is because of bad marketing. The administration allowed the...
  • Senate bailout vote pressures House

     
    by Mark Silva So it is the Senate that goes first with the bailout -- some call it rescue -- of the nation's bad-mortgage-clogged banking institutions, with a vote tonight of 74-25. The Senate's strong and bipartisan approval of a......
  • Lugar: Obama's 'excellent selections'

     
    by Mark Silva Sen. Richard Lugar, Republican of Indiana, would have made a fine Secretary of State - and is among those whom President-elect Barack Obama has courted across party lines in his bid for an inclusive government. But Lugar......
  • Senators: Don’t Drill

     
    By William Gibson, Washington Bureau Florida Senator Bill Nelson and nine other coastal-state Democrats have warned fellow senators not to expand offshore oil drilling as part of legislation to diminish global warming. Their letter to negotiators who...
  • Senators aim to close gun-show loophole

    Gun-control advocates have been largely stymied in their efforts to get significant new firearms restrictions, but they still believe they can achieve one goal: closing a loophole that allows sales at gun shows without background checks on purchasers....
  • Democratic Senators Consider New Iraq War Limits

    By HOPE YEN Associated Press Writer    WASHINGTON (AP MyFoxAL.com) -- Senate Democrats pledged renewed efforts Sunday to curtail the Iraq war, suggesting they will seek to limit a 2002 measure authorizing President Bush's use of force against Saddam...
  • Barack Obama's nomination is unanimous and historic

    Barack Obama, riding a message of change, swept aside a Democratic dynasty and two centuries of history Wednesday to become the first African American to lead a major political party into the fall campaign for the White House. The vote was by acclamation...