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Sen. Barack Obama said Monday that he won't tolerate people challenging his patriotism or his rival's military service, and Sen. John McCain announced a "truth squad" to combat attacks on his Vietnam service.
A county coroner in Alabama said a 5-year-old was killed when strong winds blew over a row of tents at an air show in Huntsville.
Sen. John McCain on Saturday said he would take a hard line on dangerous Chinese exports, promised to appoint more women to his administration and heaped praise on Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton in a town-hall meeting aimed at attracting the former Democratic presidential hopeful's primary supporters.
"In the guise of interpreting the California constitution, the state's Supreme Court on May 15 made certain that the issue of same-sex marriage will be a national one in the 2008 presidential race," writes in the Weekly Standard.
West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin III says he is tired of the "stereotyping" of his state's voters as uneducated, adding that Senator Barack Obama can win the state in the fall if he takes the time to ask people for their support.
Those of us who live outside the "logic-free zone" of Washington know who is largely to blame for the country's economic problems ("OPEC strangling American economy," Op-Ed, Friday). It is Congress.
HORMIGUEROS, Puerto Rico (AP) — Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton yesterday offered a spiritual defense for continuing her presidential campaign, as she sought to put to rest the uproar over her comments about the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy.
When the next president takes office in January, he or she will likely receive an intelligence brief warning that Islamic terrorists will attempt to exploit the transition in power by planning an attack on America, intelligence experts say.
The dream ticket is actually a good name for the team of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Unfortunately for the Democrats, it happens to be John McCain's dream. For the Democrats in 2008, the selection of Mrs. Clinton as the vice presidential pick could prove disastrous.