May 2008

Obama Breaks Little New Ground On Policy - CBS News


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Obama Breaks Little New Ground On Policy
CBS News - May 29, 2008
Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama, D-Ill., talks to students and invited guests during a town hall-style meeting in Thornton, Colo.
Clinton's refusal to quit good for stature Washington Times
Is this goodbye? guardian.co.uk
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Hillary Clinton and a frog analogy - Los Angeles Times


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Hillary Clinton and a frog analogy
Los Angeles Times - May 29, 2008
Campaigning in South Dakota today, Hillary Clinton evoked an aphorism she learned in Arkansas in what Eloise Harper of ABC News reported was a reference to her White House quest: "You can't tell how far a frog will jump until you punch him.
SD Girls Like A Woman Running For President KELOLAND TV
Hillary: It all comes down to Tuesday MSNBC
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Obama in 'excellent health,' his doctor says - Los Angeles Times


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Obama in 'excellent health,' his doctor says
Los Angeles Times - May 30, 2008
The medical overview comes a week after Republican rival John McCain allowed some reporters access to his voluminous health records.
Obama’s Doctor, Praising His Health, Sees No Obstacles to Service New York Times
Obama's doctor says he's fit to lead Boston Globe
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Clinton could face uneasy return to Senate - Seattle Times


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Clinton could face uneasy return to Senate
Seattle Times - May 29, 2008
By CARL HULSE WASHINGTON - When Hillary Rodham Clinton made a rare stop in the Senate last week, she spoke from a lonely outpost at the end of the Armed Services Committee dais, eight empty chairs emphasizing the gulf between her and real Senate power
Hillary's last stand Independent
The Trouble With June 1992 as a Case for Pressing On New York Times
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Rendell: Obama 'Rivals' Reference No Accident - ABC News


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Rendell: Obama 'Rivals' Reference No Accident
ABC News - May 28, 2008
ABC News' Teddy Davis and Greg Wallace Report: Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell (D) thinks that Sen. Barack Obama's, D-Ill., recent reference to Abraham Lincoln's "Team of Rivals" was intended to send a signal about his openness to including Sen.
Rendell: Obama should pick Clinton as VP, and may be hinting it PennLive.com
Rendell wants Clinton on ticket MSNBC
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Political map could be redrawn on election day - San Francisco Chronicle


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Political map could be redrawn on election day
San Francisco Chronicle - May 26, 2008
(05-26) 04:00 PDT Washington — This year's unusual presidential election may toss out one more assumption: the old red-blue map that shows Democrats owning the two coasts, Republicans dominating the South and interior West, and a few battleground
Nebraska and Maine each split their electoral votes; they may be MSNBC
2008 hopefuls focus on West USA Today
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McCain challenges Obama to visit Iraq - Los Angeles Times


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McCain challenges Obama to visit Iraq
Los Angeles Times - May 28, 2008
The Republican says the Democrat is ignorant of the 'facts on the ground' in Baghdad. The Illinois senator, in the Western battleground of Colorado, focuses on education.
Obama vs. McCain: Who Has the Better Economic Plan? Wall Street Journal Blogs
FACTBOX: McCain, Obama on diplomacy and foreign relations Reuters
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Pentagon, veterans face off over education benefit - Reuters

Pentagon, veterans face off over education benefit
Reuters - May 29, 2008
By Kristin Roberts WASHINGTON, May 29 (Reuters) - A move in the US Congress to expand education benefits for troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan has hit a snag that veterans groups say they find surprising — opposition from the Pentagon.
McCain's attack on vets Los Angeles Times
Putting the Republicans on Defense Over GI Bill New York Times
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Fate of Fla., Mich. delegates gets down to nitty-gritty - USA Today


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Fate of Fla., Mich. delegates gets down to nitty-gritty
USA Today - May 29, 2008
By Fredreka Schouten, USA TODAY WASHINGTON - The Democratic National Committee's rules and bylaws panel meets Saturday to try to resolve the long-running dispute over convention delegates from Michigan and Florida.
Democratic panel set to resolve Clinton-Obama delegate dispute Los Angeles Times
Obama campaign open to seating Michigan's delegates at reduced Detroit Free Press
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McCain found his land of opportunity in Arizona - Los Angeles Times


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McCain found his land of opportunity in Arizona
Los Angeles Times - 22 hours ago
By Richard A. Serrano, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer MESA, ARIZ. — When John McCain arrived in the Valley of the Sun nearly three decades ago, he was weighed down with enough negatives to sink most budding politicians.
Minnesota Republicans Meet in Southern Minnesota KIMT
SC GOP: Seeking a return to roots The State
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