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Clinton admits Obama can win the election

Hillary Rodham Clinton said emphatically Wednesday night that Barack Obama can win the White House this fall, undercutting her efforts to deny him the Democratic presidential nomination by suggesting he…

Clinton, Obama dish up new promises

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton outlined an aggressive 100-day presidential agenda on Tuesday and Sen. Barack Obama promised to "play offense for working Americans," both rivals observing something of a lull…

Obama tries to fight ‘elitism’ claims

Presidential hopeful Barack Obama, accused of being elitist for remarks he made about small-town American voters, said on Tuesday the slap at his background is amusing and signals a nation…

Exposing the ‘real’ John McCain

Sen. John McCain's status as the presumptive Republican presidential nominee has done little to ease the criticism he faces from a small but vocal group of conservatives in his home…

Chasing the mythical Reagan Democrat

Republican presidential hopeful John McCain often pays tribute to Ronald Reagan. Now he is courting wavering working class Democrats who helped put his hero in the White House. McCain was in…

Democrats are the GOP’s best asset

Karl Rove has been mothballed. The Swift Boaters have been decommissioned. But conservatives need not despair. The Republican presidential nominee won't be needing their special political services this time around. Because…

Obama’s serious misstep

The latest gaffe in presidential politics -- Barack Obama's unfortunate remark about rural and small town Pennsylvanians -- is an indication that the longer this campaign lasts the more likely…

Hillary continues her ‘bitter’ assault

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton blasted her rival Barack Obama during a debate Sunday, accusing him of being "elitist" and "patronizing". Clinton again seized on a controversy sparked off by Obama's…

Pennsylvania could sway super delegates

The outcome of the Democratic presidential primary in Pennsylvania, pitting Hillary Clinton against Barack Obama April 22, could sway undecided "super-delegates" now expected to decide who gets the party's nod. …

Bitter words in a bitter campaign

Democratic Presidential contender Hillary Rodham Clinton says words don't matter in an election campaign -- unless those words provide fodder to attack an opponent and she and presumptive Republican nominee…