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  • Clinton's N.Y. team: No-shows Saturday

     
    by Glenn Thrush Sorry Hillary, they've got other plans. The vast majority of Hillary Rodham Clinton's congressional supporters in New York will be skipping her Saturday drop-out announcement in Washington - citing reasons ranging from town halls back in...
  • Clinton and sexism -- Not 'death knell'

     
    by Mark Silva Was Sen. Hillary Clinton a victim of sexism in her failed bid for the Democratic presidential nomination? Some of her supporters say so. Then again, some will say that Sen. Barack Obama has suffered from racial prejudice......
  • Bush: (Welcome) American in Paris

     
    by Marc Silva There have been, as French President Nicolas Sarkozy gently put it today, a few "hiccups'' along the way in that long history of Franco-American relations. Must have been the "Freedom Fries.'' But you wouldn't have known that......
  • Obama: We need City Hall, not McCain

     
    by John McCormick, updated with McCain response Sen. Barack Obama told a conference of mayors Saturday in Miami that he knows he will need to listen to them if he makes it to the White House, otherwise the snow in......
  • Black terror comments: 'Inappropriate'

     
    by Jill Zuckman After telling Fortune magazine that a terror attack on the United States would be "a big advantage" for Sen. John McCain in the presidential campaign, senior adviser Charles R. Black, Jr. was forced to recant the sentiment......
  • Dobson criticizes Obama on religion

     
    by Katie Fretland An influential conservative figure criticizes Sen. Barack Obama on religion today in a radio segment saying the candidate for president has distorted the Bible and pushed a "fruitcake interpretation" of the Constitution. James Dobson,...
  • Obama v. McCain: Fate of women's rights

     
    by Mark Silva In his show of unity with Sen. Hillary Clinton in Unity, N.H., Sen. Barack Obama made note of what the former first lady's campaign for president had done for the cause of women's rights. "Because of the......
  • Obama and Clinton's show of "Unity"

     
    By John McCormick and Mike Dorning updated UNITY, N.H. - Two fierce and sometimes spiteful rivals offered a schoolyard embrace Friday, standing in the same state where one had first blocked the other from what could have been a much......
  • Hoyer: U.S. reputation 'sullied' by torture

     
    by Matthew Hay Brown It was 20 years ago today that The United Nations Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment took effect. The world body is marking the anniversary with an International Day in......
  • Bush's noisy first visit to Monticello

     
    by Frank James President Bush was heckled today by anti-war and civil-liberties protestors at an Independence Day naturalization ceremony he attended at Thomas Jefferson's old slave-plantation home, Monticello. As the president started his speech...
  • Obama: Iraq War a distraction

     
    by Mike Dorning On the eve of a trip to foreign capitals in the Middle East and Europe, Barack Obama delivered a lengthy foreign policy address today that sharpens distinctions with John McCain over Iraq. He left no doubt that,......