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Olbermann rips Clinton & Ferraro

Was MSNBC's Keith Olbermann right or wrong on his comments about Hillary Clinton's handling of Geraldine Ferraro's comments and other charges of racism in her campaign? Watch the video of his…

Too much baloney from Republicans

Once the Democrats decide what to do about the Michigan and Florida kerfuffle, who wins the Pennsylvania and Puerto Rico primaries, how the superdelegates weigh in and whether or not…

Disrupting political caucuses

Search the Web for "caucus disruptions" and allegations of caucus-vote disruptions lodged against supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton predominate among the first 20 links that come…

The naked truth about political life

The other day an unpaid foreign policy adviser for Barack Obama called Hillary Clinton a "monster." In a political age when every word is automatically taken literally, this caused a…

Defiant Ferraro quits Clinton campaign

Geraldine Ferraro stepped down Wednesday from an honorary post in Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign amid a controversy regarding her comments that Barack Obama wouldn't be succeeding in the race…

Spitzer will resign at 11:30 a.m. EDT

New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer has decided to resign, completing a stunning fall from power after he was nationally disgraced by links to a high-priced prostitution ring, a top state…

Democrats do the math and find no answers

Facing a revived Hillary Rodham Clinton, Democrat Barack Obama has dropped a tenet of his early strategy that seemed vital to his January successes: the conviction that he can win…

Clinton baits but Obama isn’t biting

If Hillary Rodham Clinton is baiting her Democratic presidential rival with increasingly pointed criticisms, Barack Obama isn't biting. At least not yet. Savoring his Mississippi primary victory Tuesday, Obama brushed off…

Time for Obama to catch a new wave

Political candidates are like surfers, always seeking the perfect wave -- the perfect video wave -- conveying the image they can ride to victory. …

Clinton plays the race card

While publicly claiming she disagrees with racist statements by former vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro, Democratic contender Hillary Clinton refuses to remove Ferraro from her fundraising role with the campaign,…