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  • Sunday shows: Petraeus, Romney, Sebelius, Bayh

     
    Also Sens. Mitch McConnell, Orrin Hatch, Lindsey Graham and Rep. Barney Frank....
  • Weekend TV Talk Shows: HSS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius makes the case for healthcare reform

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Feb. 28 - March 6 in PDF format This week's TV Movies TODAY Good Morning America Kathryn Bigelow, Gabourey Sidibe and Maggie Gyllenhaal. (N) 7 a.m. KABC The Situation Room......
  • McCain enters from the outside

    Sen. John McCain presented a memento to fellow Republican Sen. Ted Stevens when they met in the Senate earlier this year: a key chain with a small battery-operated pig's head. "You're still an oinker," the presidential candidate told Stevens, the Alaskan...
  • The party's not over yet

     
    by Naftali Bendavid Any number of analysts have rushed recently to proclaim the virtual end of the Republican Party. Or at a minimum, many years in the wilderness. "Republicans face crisis," declared the Washington Post recently. A current article in........
  • Memo to secessionists: See ya!

    Memo to secessionists: See ya!
    It was 1976, and the Republican National Convention had just voted for four more years -- of Gerald Ford. Surely many conservatives there could foresee that Ford would not beat Jimmy Carter, setting the stage for the latter's one term of misery indexes...
  • Simmons Readies For More Battles: Congressman Upbeat After Election Defeat

    He sits on a wicker chair in a small, messy studio apartment. The Venetian blinds rattle and the smell of Mexican spices from the restaurant across the street flavors the air. This is Rob Simmons' home for one more day. Simmons still looks like a...
  • Hokies border on flawless in beatdown

    A beatdown from the get-go. That's what many suspected would transpire Saturday at Lane Stadium. Sure enough, Virginia Tech-Miami was hammer time. With one immense twist. The Hokies wielded the Stanley, pounding the Hurricanes 31-7 before a soaked and...
  • 10 things you might not know about Texas

    Texas is a showdown state this week in the Democratic presidential race. Here are enough facts to fill a 10-gallon hat: 1 The congressional resolution that brought Texas into the union in 1845 allowed it to be subdivided into five separate states. Such a...
  • Iraq Is Political Fault Line in Contested N.M. District

    Second in a series of occasional articles. Four years ago, during the last midterm election, Democrats had a simple political strategy for dealing with Iraq: duck. But not now. New Mexico Atty. Gen. Patricia Madrid, a Democrat and critic of the war,...
  • Key to the House May Be in New Mexico

    First in a series of occasional articles. Heather Wilson made national headlines recently by forcing the Bush administration to brief members of Congress on its domestic wiretapping program. But here at home, the Republican congresswoman defends Bush'...
  • State job stirs concern

    THE DAY AFTER Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. and the state Board of Public Works laid off 43 employees this summer, a well-paid worker began in a newly created position. June Smith took the helm of the communications office of the state Department of...