As Bill and Hillary Clinton campaigned in Iowa last week to put themselves back in the White House, a Democratic strategist warned their two-for-one strategy had trouble written all over it.
The Democratic presidential nominating race appears to be tightening in Iowa, with former Sen. John Edwards barely clinging to a fractional lead over Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, according to the latest campaign polls.
If you wanted to set up a new specialty computer software business, would you establish it as a sole proprietorship, a partnership, or a corporation? Also what country — and in the case of the U.S., what state — would you choose as your company's legal home?
Getting it wrong
DES MOINES, Iowa — Former President Bill Clinton told voters here his wife, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, is the only 2008 presidential candidate who is prepared to lead the country.
PHILADELPHIA — Democratic presidential candidates received standing ovations from the National Education Association yesterday as they criticized President Bush, called for more funding for federal mandates and a decreased focus on testing, and decried a recent Supreme Court ruling against using race in assigning students to schools.
The second-tier presidential candidates are hoping a "Dean Scream" will topple one of the three Democratic front-runners and give them an opening.