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Bush aide resigns after plagiarism revealed

An aide to US President George W. Bush resigned Friday over charges he had resorted to plagiarism in his writings. Timothy Goeglein, who served as a liaison between Bush and religious…

Obama, Clinton go to war over war

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama fought Saturday over who would keep America safe and prosperous, in a furious political row as the moment of truth in their White House battle…

Hillary: From inevitable to impossible

Hillary Rodham Clinton's once well-oiled campaign machine has devolved into a dysfunctional, bickering, petty collection of squabbles, disputes and shoutfests as the struggling Presidential candidate heads into what could be…

Another Clinton campaign screwup

Inquiries from the Rocky Mountain News prompted Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign on Thursday to remove a supporter's "Bill in blackface?" event announcement from her official campaign Web site. The notice…

Yes, everything is bigger in Texas

People here like to say everything is bigger in Texas, and their oversized presidential contest is no different with not just a primary election, but a caucus added on, too. The…

Women hold key to Clinton’s future

Fighting to survive, Hillary Rodham Clinton is counting on female power to energize her faltering presidential bid. She's hoping a double-digit lead among women in Ohio is the answer. "I am…

Hillary pays the price for lack of success

It seems that the mainstream press -- what remains of it -- has decided that Barack Obama is going to be the Democratic Party's presidential candidate and the few boys…

The peer-pressure primaries

A lawyer enamored of Barack Obama for president says she temporarily has stopped going out for drinks Fridays after work because her friends, other women, keep berating her for not…

William F. Buckley made this a better world

I don't write much about politics anymore. Having four young kids has changed my focus a good bit. But there are times that, well, politics is personal, and so it…

A war of words over the war in Iraq

Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama faced off on Wednesday in a possible prelude to a U.S. presidential election battle, tangling over whether Iraq would be prey for al…