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  • Sen. Ted Stevens convicted

     
    Sen. Ted Stevens leaves federal court in Washington, Monday, Oct. 27, 2008, after guilty verdicts were returned by the jury at his trial. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert) by Frank James Sen. Ted Stevens, the Alaska Republican, needed an acquittal in......
  • McCain to Ted Stevens: Quit Senate

     
    by Frank James and updated, and again at 4:40 pm Sen. John McCain and Sen. Ted Stevens are said not to be very friendly. During better days McCain, the Republican presidential nominee, got under Stevens' skin for being a constant......
  • Stevens conviction: One step closer to 60

     
    Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens' conviction today may bring the Democrats one step closer to 60. Normally, a vacancy would be filled by the governor, but Stevens is up for reelection next month, so the conviction will significantly boost the prospects......
  • Ten on Tuesday: Back to Basics

     
    In speeches yesterday in Ohio that marked the start of the closing stretch, Obama returned to his lofty call for revival and change, while McCain "touted his experience" and the "tried-and-tested tactic of portraying his Democratic rival as a......
  • McCain dogged by GOP nervousness

     
    by Jill Zuckman FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.--Even as Sen. John McCain aggressively presses toward next week's finish line, nervous Republicans say they are worried that he could face a rout at the hands of Barack Obama, losing a cascade of classic red......
  • Ted Stevens in denial (not Denali)

     
    Sen. Ted Stevens, right, answers a question during a congressional debate in Anchorage, Alaska Thursday Oct. 30, 2008 as Democrat candidate Anchorage Mayor Mark Begich listens. (AP Photo/Al Grillo) by Frank James The freshly minted convict Sen. Ted...
  • Congressional power within Dems' grasp

     
    by James Oliphant Congressional Democrats appear close to having something they haven't known for a long time: power. After being marginalized by the Bush administration and stymied by a cohesive Republican minority, Democrats on the Hill look poised to...
  • Reid to Stevens: No felon in Senate

     
    by Frank James I meant to get this one up earlier. Sen. Ted Stevens, who was recently convicted in federal court of failure to disclose gifts as required by federal law has his good friend, Democratic Sen. Daniel Inouye of......
  • U.S. Senate races: Big drama, eclipsed in NY

     
    With all the attention on the monumental presidential contest and local eyes watching to see whether Democrats can capture the state Senate, a handful of U.S. Senate races have not received much attention in these parts. But Sen. Charles......
  • Senate races: Election night guide

     
    by James Oliphant Twelve Senate races are considered to be close this Election Day. The outcome could have a significant impact on the balance of power on the Hill. Democrats are chasing a 60-vote majority, which would allow them to......
  • Palin Election Day - Back in AK

     
    by Jason George ANCHORAGE - Gov. Sarah Palin arrived back in her home state just before 5 a.m. local time, and is headed to Wasilla, where she'll vote and meet with supporters. Palin flies mid-day to Phoenix for her rally......