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Appropriators Beware: Primaries Spell Defeat for Some
Once Seen as a Golden Ticket to Reelection, Membership on Spending Committees Now Hurts Lawmakers
The Note: Contact Sports
DENVER -- The narrative is (or isn't) coming together, the family was glowing on stage, the schedule is holding tight, Teddy and Michelle hit them out of the park . . . and still there are the Clintons. For all those 18 million cracks in the highest glass ceiling, a frosty divide still needs
The Note: McCain's Mojo
So it's Paris Hilton making political statements while Cindy McCain gets nominated for a topless contest -- why would we lose the capacity for surprise in this race? (And Sen. Barack Obama goes "American Idol" with the men who could be his veepstakes finalists on Wednesday -- he appears with one,
Is John McCain Running for John Kerry's First Term and Obama for Bush's Third?
The Note: Policy Aside, Candidates Make Odd Bedfellows with Past Contenders
AP: Obama 'effectively' clinches
Barack Obama effectively clinched the Democratic presidential nomination Tuesday, based on an Associated Press tally of convention delegates, becoming the first black candidate ever to lead his party into a fall campaign for the White House. Campaigning on an insistent call for change, Obama
SNEAK PEEK: The Madness of March
Rank the following in order of most likely to happen to least likely to happen: 1. North Carolina is upset by Mount St. Mary's 2. Michigan holds a do-over primary 3. Barack Obama goes against his right hand man Reggie Love in his NCAA bracket and picks West Virginia over Duke this weekend at the
Clinton Challenges Obama to Support Mich. Re-Vote
At a rally in Michigan, Clinton urges Obama to match his "words with actions."
The Note: 'Closer to 'Not' Than Yes'?
As you get ready for ABC's upcoming Democratic debate in Pennsylvania, there are six balls worth watching this Friday: Michigan, Florida, the McCain campaign's first engagement with Barack Obama's controversial former pastor, James Carville's op-ed in the Financial Times, charges that Hillary
WASHINGTON, Dec. 8 Things to watch for in the coming hours, days, and weeks: 1. The House ethics committee report on the Foley scandal. Does it get dumped out with the trash this Friday? Will the outgoing and incoming majorities work equally hard at trying to move beyond it quickly? 2. The planning