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  • Stage Left mostly succeeds with tales from the campaign trail

    Smart, fleet-footed and firing enough enthusiastic F-bombs to feel true-to-life, Beau Willimon's 2008 behind-the-scenes look at wheeling and dealing on a presidential campaign is savvy enough to understand what audiences want to see. The maneuvering and...
  • Same-sex marriage supporters hire campaign chief

    Anticipating that opponents of same-sex marriage will succeed in forcing the recently passed Maryland law allowing gay couples to wed to referendum, its supporters have hired a political veteran to lead the charge to uphold the measure. Josh Levin, who...
  • Obama's Chicago fundraising gets boost from LGBT community, as volunteers bring in large bundles of donations

    Obama's Chicago fundraising gets boost from LGBT community, as volunteers bring in large bundles of donations
    Even before President Barack Obama voiced support for same-sex marriage, his re-election campaign was successfully tapping into the wealth of the gay and lesbian community in Chicago and across the country. Four of Obama's top fundraisers, who together...
  • From the Tribune archives: The House Rahm Built

    Rahm Emanuel was seething. He was hurtling down an asphalt road in upstate New York on the 47th trip of his ferocious campaign to win back the House. A lecture, even from his friend James Carville, was the last thing he needed. In just 12 days, Emanuel'...
  • Chris Pine: This is your captain speaking

    Chris Pine: This is your captain speaking
    Chris Pine is splayed across a red restaurant banquette as if it were the throne Hollywood is offering him as one of its newly anointed male hotties. To say Pine's actual seating is not a throne would be an understatement. The star of Paramount Pictures'...
  • Democrats scramble to prevent Florida primary election fiasco

    WASHINGTON — For front-runners Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama, Florida looked to be a major battleground in the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination. With its big, sprawling population, the state was a natural for high-profile candidates...
  • Iowa Democrats look to pick a winner

    As the front-running Democratic presidential hopefuls barnstorm this snowy state in the final days before the caucuses, Barack Obama, Hillary Rodham Clinton and John Edwards agree on at least one thing: Voters should choose the candidate who will be...
  • Honda CBR600RR and Ninja ZX-6R make the imagination race - and more

    Honda CBR600RR and Ninja ZX-6R make the imagination race - and more
    THE market for 600 cc sport bikes is screaming. Japan's middleweight repli-racers aren't just moving faster than ever before, they're selling, and being redesigned, at record speeds. In 2006, Suzuki and Yamaha wheeled out souped-up incarnations of the...
  • Obama says Clinton is trying to 'hoodwink,' 'bamboozle' Americans

    Obama says Clinton is trying to 'hoodwink,' 'bamboozle' Americans
    Barack Obama accused rival Hillary Rodham Clinton Monday of trying to "hoodwink" and "bamboozle" voters into thinking that she was the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination by hinting that he could take the second slot on her ticket....
  • Electoral vote measure fails to make June ballot

    A proposed initiative that drew national attention for its potential to affect next year's presidential election will not appear on the June ballot, organizers said Thursday. Republican backers of the measure, which could have tilted the presidential...
  • Democrats, look West

    As pundits have already noted more times than John Edwards has uttered the words "two Americas," Democrats may well make history this presidential season by nominating, for the first time, either a woman or an African American. What the party will not...