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  • 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...
  • From MySpace to the White House?

    First it was YouTube. Now MySpace, the leading online social network, is getting into the candidate-quizzing game in partnership with MTV. The youth-oriented duo will host a series of talks with individual Democratic and Republican presidential wannabes,...
  • One person, one click

    What if they held an election and nobody came? We throw that question around a lot in California, because so often here we hold elections and almost nobody comes. The March 6 race showcased the abysmal trend. We were electing the leaders of the Los...
  • Disliked, not oppressed

    You'll never be president. Neither will your spouse, son, daughter, partner, friend, or anyone else you've ever known. If it makes you feel any better, the same goes for me. But there is a difference between you and me. You, you're an ordinary victim...
  • Iraq forever

    Last Friday morning, I found myself cornered by a Republican Iraq war vet from the National Guard who sincerely wanted me to understand that when the news media or congressional Democrats talk about drawing down troops, or withdrawing altogether, they...
  • The end of the Clinton-Bush era?

    Today's question: Is it over for the Clintons? What about the Bushes? Click here to read Monday's exchange. Good news for America: Clinton-Bush is over Point: Megan McArdle I positively cringed when someone told me that Bill Clinton was already...
  • Jerry Brown gets out of the gate

    Jerry Brown gets out of the gate
    Much of the country may still be suffering from electoral and inaugural exhaustion, but a substantial section of politically involved Hollywood has rediscovered the wisdom of the late, great Tip O'Neill --"All politics is local." Not surprisingly,...
  • Rick Pearson

    Rick Pearson is the political writer for the Chicago Tribune, a position he has held since September 1997. An award-winning journalist, Pearson has spent more than two decades reporting on Illinois government and politics and also has been part of the...