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Sarah Palin Admonishes Journalists, Pundits Not to Manufacture a 'Blood Libel'
Now is not the time for people to "apportion blame" for the weekend rampage that left six people dead and an Arizona congresswoman clinging to life, Sarah Palin said in a video statement posted on her Facebook page today. "But, especially within hours of a tragedy unfolding, journalists and pundits
VP Biden Blasts “Karl Rove and His Friends” for “Shady Sources” of Fundraising for Midterm Elections
ABC News' Karen Travers reports: Today Vice President Biden joined President Obama in blasting outside interest groups, including the Chamber of Commerce, for their “shady sources” of fundraising which has resulted in the massive amounts of money they are spending...
The Note: Three-Week Warning
By MICHAEL FALCONE and AMY WALTER STATE OF PLAY. Time is running out for candidates from both parties to make their cases to voters across the country and for party committees and outside groups to decide where to get in...
Republicans Push Back on Health Care Deal
GOP rallies constituents to put pressure on undecided congressional members.
The Note: Exit Strategies
Talk turns to how and when, not why and whether, as pressure mounts on Clinton
Time for the Champagne Goggles?
Back in early February, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each had a couple of wins under their belt and were close in pledged delegates and in the overall vote total. Clinton's institutional support from within the Democratic Party allowed her to build a commanding lead in superdelegates over Obama
McCain, Clinton Bash Obama's "Small Town" Comments; Obama Campaign Responds
"Barack Obama apparently believes that for Americans less privileged than him, religion is an economic-based and not faith-based condition," Mark Salter, a senior campaign adviser for Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., tells ABC News. "It is hardly news that Senator Obama's...
State-by-state lookahead: What's at stake in 2008
A cross-country look at the races, issues and people on the radar as the USA counts down to election 2008. Click on a state name to jump to its summary or scroll through the whole roundup: Alabama , Alaska , Arizona , Arkansas , California , Colorado , Connecticut , Delaware , District of Columbia
State-by-state: What's at stake in 2008
A cross-country look at the races, issues and people on the radar as the USA counts down to election 2008. Alabama Democratic state Sen. Vivian Davis Figures has an uphill battle in her bid to become the state's first black U.S. senator. She faces two-term Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions, who easily
The Note: Not Proceeding Well Enough
WASHINGTON, Nov. 28 The number of unique page views for Monday's Note reminds us all -- as if any reminder were needed -- how much all of you love quizzes. Up 2,200% over same-week sales for Notes open at least a year, yesterday's readership levels were sort of staggering, and, thus, we realize,