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The McCain folks must have forgotten to do the math, because they're still accusing Barack Obama of requesting more than $1 million in earmarks for each day he's been in the Senate — even though Alaska's daily average is even higher.
As McCain surges, Obama is out with a fundraising appeal and new ads, and plays offense on the trail.
Show Me State voters are getting calls from Team Obama attacking John McCain on the economy.
The vice president says McCain's running mate will be ready for job.
Anti-Obama groups distort brief gaffe from nominee on his faith.
Law enforcement officials say they have arrested 88 more people during a night that saw protesters and police play a cat-and-mouse game and Sen. John McCain accept the Republican presidential nomination.
Wasilla, AK., is known for more than having a mayor who is now at the top of the Republican presidential ticket.
McCain POW images are invaluable to campaign.
Among the hundreds of protesters arrested here during the Republican National Convention is a face that should be easily recognized by most political observers.
The coaching legend will speak at the convention while his former team plays.
Following Republicans' repeated attacks, community organizers today say they really do matter.
Publication of the text infringed on his privacy, authorities say.
McCain takes the stage to practice for tonight's speech.
She gets 37 million to Obama's 38 million.