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How much experience is necessary?

A key question confronting voters this election concerns who has the experience to be leader of the free world. Fact is, none of the top candidates has extensive executive experience. Republican…

Paul may drop Presidential bid

GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul is hinting to supporters that he is ending his long-shot campaign for the presidency. The Texas Republican congressman addressed supporters in a 7 1/2-minute video on…

Growing enthusiam for Obama in PA

For Edwin David, who served with the famed World War II unit of black fighters known as the Tuskegee Airmen, Sen. Barack Obama is an easy choice. "Just let me live…

Bill Clinton’s role redefined

This small mining hamlet might not be the first place one would expect to find the former leader of the free world. But here was Bill Clinton in southwest Wyoming, two…

When the going gets tough, the tough get nasty

The two Democratic presidential candidates are threatening to -- choose your political cliche -- come out punching, take the gloves off, go negative, attack. Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign even has…

Obama raised record $55 million in February

Democratic Sen. Barack Obama raised a record $55 million in February for his presidential campaign, eclipsing rival Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's own substantial fundraising for the month. All told, Obama…

Internal war threatens Clinton camp

Just as the up-and-down campaign of Sen. Hillary Clinton appears on the verge of regaining momentum, bickering and dissension among senior staff threatens to implode her quest for the Presidency. Controversial…

Obama talks tough; Clinton basks

Hillary Rodham Clinton declared Wednesday that her primary victories in Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island had reordered the Democratic presidential race in her favor. A resilient Barack Obama countered with…

Do-overs in Florida, Michigan?

Officials in Michigan and Florida are showing renewed interest in holding repeat presidential nominating contests so that their votes will count in the epic Democratic campaign. The Michigan governor, along with…

McCain scores while Democrats punt

After the smoke cleared, there were still three presidential candidates left standing -- two who rose from the dead and one who came out of nowhere. But Tuesday's round of primaries…