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Ron Paul’s one-night stand

Going into next month's Iowa caucuses, one of the big mysteries is Rep. Ron Paul. …

Another smear from Clinton campaign

A second email claiming Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama is a Muslim "intent on destroying the United States" has emerged from the campaign of rival Hillary Rodham Clinton. Clinton's campaign said…

Mike Huckabee’s Willie Horton

Republican Presidential contender Mike Huckabee's role in letting a convicted rapist go free so he could later rape and kill a Missouri woman may derail his fastrack to the nomination. In…

Is Hillary’s campaign unraveling?

The once smooth-running machine that was the campaign of Hillary Rodham Clinton may be coming apart. Beset by rookie mistakes, slipping in the polls and under constant attack by Democratic rivals,…

Hillary Clinton caught in more lies

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, like the President she wants so desperately to replace, is getting caught in too many lies. Her campaign can't even be honest about how many endorsements its…

Hillary gets grief over Iran vote

Democratic rivals assailed front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton Tuesday for a vote against Iran that they portrayed as misguided and dangerous in light of a new intelligence report that says the…

McCain: ‘Yes, I’m old but…’

Republican Sen. John McCain, his spirits better than his comic timing, told students Monday he's the best presidential candidate for youth despite his age. McCain, participating in an MTV-MySpace forum shown…

Iraq, health care top voter concerns

Health care and Iraq dominate Democrats' concerns in the three pivotal early voting states of the 2008 presidential race. Advantage: Hillary Rodham Clinton, a poll shows. Clinton has clear leads in…

The new Bill Clinton?

A long-serving, smooth-talking Arkansas governor with a checkered record and no foreign policy experience defies expectations to climb into the top tier of a presidential race. Haven't we seen this movie…

Democrats blame themselves for losses

Democratic presidential candidates faulted their own party as well as assailing Republicans as they pitched their candidacies to the staunchest of Democrats on Friday. Bill Richardson, John Edwards, Barack Obama, Joe…