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Joe at the ready
John McCain has been relentlessly pounding Barack Obama on his weakest ground: experience, fighting the war on terrorism and his judgment in world affairs.
In a German editorial last year, Mathias Dapfner, CEO of the huge German publisher Axel Springer AG, wrote a scathing attack in Die Walt, Germany's largest daily paper, against Europe's failure to grasp the extent of the Islamic threat.
As matters stand, the Republican Party faces a historic shellacking in November.
Sen. Barack Obama, setting foot in the nation's biggest battleground state for his first campaign event since the fall, offered an olive branch to Florida voters whose Democratic primary results still hang in the balance and attacked presumptive Republican nominee Sen. John McCain.
NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) — Vice President Dick Cheney told newly minted Coast Guard officers yesterday that the war on terrorism would be won on their watch and dismissed fears that fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan would drag on indefinitely.
An FBI agent assigned in 2002 to help obtain intelligence from a top al Qaeda operative challenged the interrogation techniques used on the terrorism suspect by the CIA, taking what a government report yesterday described as his "strong concerns" to senior officials in the bureau's counterterrorism division.
Iran's influence in Iraq is posing a direct threat to peace in the region, as lawmakers on Capitol Hill debate whether talks with Tehran will bear fruit or further place U.S. war strategy in jeopardy.