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Latest Christine O'Donnell Items
The Obama administration is set to announce approval of a 1,000-megawatt solar project on federal land in Southern California, the largest in a series of solar projects given the go-ahead in recent weeks.
Republican Christine O'Donnell challenged her Democratic rival Tuesday to show where the Constitution requires separation of church and state, drawing swift criticism from her opponent, laughter from her law school audience and a quick defense from prominent conservatives.
Brace for it. Julian Assange has stepped back in the news.
Republican Senate nominee Christine O'Donnell of Delaware is calling out the Republican establishment in Washington for not helping her underdog campaign.
"In her unpreparedness and apparent infatuation with her own notoriety, [Christine] O'Donnell's debate performance recalls Sarah Palin's 2008 vice-presidential appearances," writes Juli Weiner on VanityFair.com.
Delaware Republican Christine O'Donnell wasted no time Wednesday night trying to prove she is a contender for the U.S. Senate.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin raised more than $1.2 million for her political action committee during the last quarter, giving $93,500 to conservative candidates and causes ahead of the looming midterm elections in which she's played a major role.
The latest poll in Delaware's U.S. Senate race shows Democrat Chris Coons with a 19 percent lead over Republican Christine O'Donnell.
Republican Christine O'Donnell received the endorsement of a newly formed gun-rights group Thursday and vowed to safeguard the right to own guns if elected to the Senate.