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  • Heat players get political (but LeBron doesn't know it)

     
    On the eve of the Heat's home opener, superstars Dwyane Wade and LeBron James are getting political. But James apparently doesn't know it. Wade was scheduled to appear at a Thursday rally supporting Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Kendrick Meek....
  • Kagan: From lawyer to policymaker

     
    Elena Kagan in 1993, when she was a law professor at the University of Chicago. (AP/U. of Chicago.) by James Oliphant The White House during President Clinton's second term was a combustible, ambitious place. While to the public it......
  • NRA fires warning shot at Kagan

     
    100 senators, 100 meetings, 100 pictures like this: Elena Kagan meets with Florida Sen. George LeMieux on Thursday. (AP/Drew Angerer) by James Oliphant In her first weeks as dean of Harvard Law School in 2003, Elena Kagan put the......
  • Obama praised gun culture before 'bitter'

     
    by Mike Dorning In a bit of campaign-trail irony, the Huffington Post reports that Barack Obama paid respect to rural gun culture at San Francisco-area fundraiser just hours before he made his now-infamous remark that "bitter" small-town Americans...
  • Chuck for Veep? Why not? He doesn't say no!

     
    The Hill, the newspaper about Congress, asked the 97 Senators who aren't running for president whether they were interested in becoming vice-president. Some, like Arlen Specter, made it simple: "Absolutely not." Sen. Schumer, however, was not so direct:...
  • Alarm bells for House GOP

     
    by Jim Tankersley They said the first was an outlier. The second, a fluke. But after losing their third seat this year in a special election, House Republicans faced the possibility on Wednesday that if they don't repair their image......
  • Guns, no butter, on the campaign trail

     
    by Scott Martelle It's almost like they had Friday planned out as "Second Amendment Day" on the campaign trail. Barack Obama started the day in Watertown, S.D., where he wrangled with John McCain and President Bush over foreign policy and......
  • Supremes: McCain applauds, waiting on Obama...

     
    The Supreme Court ruling today that the Second Amendment confers an individual right to bear arms is a tricky issue for Obama. McCain is right out of the box, vociferously applauding the decision -- constitutionality aside, is it that......
  • Obama guarded on gun ban ruling

     
    by Mike Dorning Barack Obama moments ago made his first public comment on the 5-4 Supreme Court ruling striking down the District of Columbia's handgun ban. The candidate issued a highly guarded written statement that compliments the Court for "much-...
  • Court strikes down D.C. gun ban

     
    By James Oliphant The U.S. Supreme Court Thursday furtively embraced an interpretation of the Second Amendment long advocated by gun-rights supporters, finding for the first time in tghe nation's history that the Constitution guarantees an individudal the...
  • John Roberts' record defies '05 pledges

     
    By James Oliphant With his third term as chief justice coming to a close amid three explosive cases last week, John Roberts has proved to be almost everything conservatives hoped and liberals feared. Despite pledges during his 2005 confirmation hearing......