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NEW YORK — Michael R. Bloomberg isn't known here as the Jewish mayor.
In defense of coercive interrogation
The White House yesterday ridiculed Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton for complaining about President Bush's decision to keep former vice-presidential aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby Jr. out of jail, saying their criticism smacks of hypocrisy.
Sen. Barack Obama, who leads in the Democratic presidential fundraising race, will rake in more than $100 million in primary campaign money this year, allowing him to go toe-to-toe next year with front-runner Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, party strategists said this week.
At first the liberal Democrats were coy about reports they wanted to impose government control on talk radio. When it was reported New York's Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton had discussed the matter with California's Sen. Barbara Boxer, both denied it. That is characteristic. They lied to the public.
PELLA, Iowa — Sen. Barack Obama said yesterday he is confident in his ability to be president, harshly criticizing the Bush administration on the Iraq war and domestic policy during the second day of his swing through southeastern Iowa.
The day before Hillary Clinton's campaign announced that it had received $26 million in contributions during the first quarter, campaign manager Patti Solis Doyle sent supporters an e-mail that said the January-March total "will set the tone of the race for months to come." Three days later, Barack Obama's campaign revealed that its first-quarter contributions totaled $25.7 million. It later developed that Mr. Obama's total included $24.8 million that could be used for the presidential primaries. That was about $6 million more than the contributions Mrs. Clinton had received for the primary campaign.