ABC News' Jennifer Parker Reports: US Ambassador: Leaked Canadian Memo Interfered With U.S. Politics LINK
ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: NAFTA Confusion LINK
ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: They Came to Bury McCain, Not Praise Him LINK
ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: A Good [Expletive] Story LINK
ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Obama's General Election Problem LINK
ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Factcheck.org: Clinton Camp Did NOT Darken Obama's Skin in AD LINK
ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: McCain Camp: I Agree with Obama Aide on Both Democrats' Lack of Preparedness LINK
POLITICAL VIDEO AT ABCNEWS.COM
Obama Explains Why He Lost
Charles Gibson's exclusive interview with the presidential hopeful. LINK
Do Voters Want "Dem Dream Ticket?"
Citizen pundits sound off on Clinton-Obama, Obama-Clinton ticket. LINK
Resolving the Democratic Deadlock
Dems worry prolonged Clinton-Obama fight will empower John McCain. LINK
Clinton Ramps Up 'Experience' Argument
Sen. Clinton: "There is no time for speeches and on the job training." LINK
McCain Calls Obama 'Inexperienced'
When asked about relations with Cuba, McCain draws contrasts with Obama. LINK
Kimmel Pokes Fun at Clinton Ad
The talk show host puts a comedic spin on the senator's latest ad. LINK
Hasselbeck: Rush Limbaugh Is a Cruel Man
"The View" blasts radio host's comments about Obama and Clinton. LINK
James Carville's Take on the Democrats
Bill Clinton's former adviser weighs in on what's next for the Democratic Party. LINK
What Will the Democrats Do?
Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean weighs in. LINK
Clinton has won three key states but Obama is still the Democratic front-runner. LINK
Talk of Democratic Dream Ticket
George Stephanopolous on the close race and the party's possibilities. LINK
Dem Race Rolls On
Hillary Clinton's campaign is revitalized after her three big wins. LINK
Bring on the Superdelegates
With the race so close, how will the Democrats choose their candidate? LINK
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The internship begins Monday, May 19, and runs through Friday, Aug. 22.
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