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If it sounds like a candidate…

Fred Thompson didn't enter the 2008 presidential race Tuesday, but he talked like he was getting close to jumping in. Asked by Jay Leno on "The Tonight Show" if he'd like…

Derailing the Straight Talk Express

Sen. John McCain was wrapping up his last campaign speech in Iowa on Friday when an audience member turned the tables. Don't listen to the "screwballs" in the media and the…

Ohmigod! Democrats find religion!

After baring their souls in a live television confessional, top Democratic White House hopefuls have put Republicans on notice that religious voters are up for grabs.

Senator Hillary Clinton,…

Iraq war divides Democrats too

The Democratic presidential race is starting to hinge on the question of who really is in the driver's seat when it comes to setting a new course in Iraq.

GOP candidates fault Bush’s failed war

President Bush drew sporadic, startling criticism Tuesday night from Republican White House hopefuls unhappy with his handling of the Iraq war, his diplomatic style and his approach to immigration.

Longshot candidates ignore the obvious

Duncan Hunter says he starts his daily quests for media exposure doing interviews at "Oh-dark thirty." Joe Biden says his one disadvantage is being unable to hire his own plane.…

Hillary plays the God card

In a rare public discussion of her husband's infidelity, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton said Monday that she probably could not have gotten through her marital troubles without relying…

Dems attack Bush and each other

The Democratic presidential front-runners came under attack from a rival on Sunday for showing insufficient leadership on ending the war in Iraq in a debate in which the main target…

Bible-thumpers still a political force

Iowa's religious conservatives, a powerful force in Republican presidential politics for two decades, could be kingmakers again in 2008 -- but it is unclear which candidate will win their support.

Biden: Dems wrong to skip debate

Joe Biden on Friday questioned how his Democratic presidential rivals could skip a debate involving the Congressional Black Caucus.

The Delaware senator, who will participate in a New Hampshire…