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The bizarre web of politics

Women splashing their faces with mini-John McCains. A 4-foot-tall cross-dressing Chilean Hillary Clinton impersonator grooving to the sound of Hillary Duff. Topless Barack Obama sharing the beach with a bikini-clad model. This is…

Can Clinton survive latest campaign setbacks?

Hillary Clinton's uphill quest to beat Barack Obama to the Democratic presidential nomination was reeling Monday after her top aide Mark Penn quit over a firestorm sparked by his lobbying…

Pregnant woman tale: part truth, part lie

Democratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton has stopped telling a story of a pregnant woman's medical tragedy after an Ohio hospital challenged its accuracy last weekend. But recent accounts of the episode…

Penn admits his resignation was a sham

Mark Penn, the highly-paid "senior strategist" fired from the embattled Presidential campaign of Hillary Rodham Clinton over the weekend, told his company Monday that the whole thing is a sham…

McCain continues to ignore the obvious

Like the unpopular and discredited President he seeks to replace, presumptive GOP Presidential nominee John McCain continues to ignore reality about Iraq while claiming progress in that civil-war torn country, In…

Penn out as Clinton’s chief advisor

Mark Penn, Hillary Clinton's controversial chief strategist, quit Sunday amid reports that he lobbied for a Columbian free trade treaty that his boss publicly opposes. Campaign sources tell Capitol Hill Blue…

Hillary Clinton caught in another lie

Another often-told story by Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton in her campaign stump speech turns out to be a fairy tale just like her claims of being "under fire"…

Bill Clinton meltdown stuns super delegates

Former President Bill Clinton, in California to try and drum up support for his wife among that state's Democratic super delegates, went into a blind rage behind closed doors and…

Democratic contenders slam GOP for job losses

Democrats Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton pounced on the worst job loss figures in five years Friday to skewer John McCain over Republican policies they blame for deepening the economic…

White House hopefuls pay tribute to King

Republican and Democrat, black and white, the three remaining presidential candidates summoned memories of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., 40 years after his death on Friday and gently sought…