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The world became a more dangerous place this week with the assassination of Benazir Bhutto in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. The country, a linchpin in the war on terrorism, is wracked with violence, endangering not just Pakistanis but all of us.
Rudolph W. Giuliani and Sen. John McCain stand to gain the most politically from the assassination of Benazir Bhutto just days before the crucial Jan. 3 Iowa caucuses, political observers said yesterday.
What? Obama surge?
DES MOINES, Iowa — Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's stump speech has several applause lines, but only one provokes an emotional and gender-specific response when she reminds voters her election would make history.
LEBANON, N.H. — John Edwards said yesterday that if elected president, he would try to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act, signed in 1996 by President Clinton, and do away with the ban on homosexuals serving openly in the U.S. military.
Forty percent of Americans say they would vote to keep Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton from winning the presidency, more than twice the total for their No. 2 "anti-" pick, former New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani.
A man with a bomb strapped to his chest has taken staffers in Sen. Hillary Clinton's New Hampshire campaign office hostage, a federal government official has confirmed. Mrs. Clinton was in not in the Rochester area but in Washington, D.C., when the incident occurred around 1 p.m., the official said. "Right now it is a state and local police effort," the official said. However, federal bomb experts could be called to the scene.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Sen. John McCain said this morning that CNN should have made clear that a retired general who asked a question in last night's Republican debate about homosexuals in the military works for Hillary Rodham Clinton.
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