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  • Ohio, Texas wins boost Clinton

    Hillary Rodham Clinton elbowed her way to victories Tuesday in Ohio and Texas, snapping Barack Obama's winning streak and resuscitating her flagging bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. Addressing supporters in Columbus, Ohio, an exultant...
  • European leaders angered by U.S. spying reports

    European leaders angered by U.S. spying reports
    LONDONĀ — Europe turned up the pressure on the Obama administration Monday to respond to new allegations that the U.S. bugged the embassies of some of its long-standing allies and eavesdropped on European Union diplomats around the world. Leaders...
  • Obama, Calderon meet in Washington

    President-elect Barack Obama met with Mexican President Felipe Calderon in Washington on Monday to begin work on one of the most vital yet challenging of U.S. relationships. As a symbol of the ties between the two nations, incoming U.S. presidents...
  • Gregorio Luke takes Latino Museum post

    Gregorio Luke takes Latino Museum post
    GREGORIO LUKE approaches with a contented grin, reaches into the vest pocket of his black business suit and hands me a business card as if we had never met before. "It's something very special," says the former director of the Museum of Latin American...
  • Tensions between McCain and Palin camps come to light

    Sarah Palin left the national stage Wednesday, but the controversy over her role on the ticket flared as aides to John McCain disclosed new details about her expensive wardrobe purchases and revealed that a Republican Party lawyer would be dispatched to...
  • Mexican town offers illegal immigration simulation adventure

    Mexican town offers illegal immigration simulation adventure
    Gunshots ring out and sirens shriek, mixing with the ragged breath of muddy, panting humans. Suddenly, the full moon sweeping the ground like a searchlight reveals a disturbing scene: a group of illegal immigrants being handcuffed and led away by U.S....
  • Obama vs. McCain, by the map

    Obama vs. McCain, by the map
    In many states that President Bush captured in the 2004 election, Barack Obama has swelled the ranks of Democrats by the thousands, drawing record numbers of young people and African Americans to the polls. But will this enthusiasm -- which propelled his...
  • Paul believes in threat of North American superhighway

    The man from Arlington, Texas, could barely contain his smirk as he looked into a computer video camera to pose a question of Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul. Paul's followers talk about such conspiracy theories as "merging the United States...
  • Letters to the editor

    Lobbying rips off the public Re "New anthrax vaccine sunk by lobbying," a Times investigation, Dec. 2 The influence of lobbyists becomes more blatant and destructive to the public interest every day. We simply must put an end to it. As long as...
  • A town against the wall

    A town against the wall
    Gloria Garza doesn't have a whole lot. But what she has, she clings to with pride. She lives in a simple stucco house with a rustic wooden veranda and a well fashioned from odd stones her husband found around the state. Kittens stretch lazily in the...
  • 'Domestic tranquillity'

    This has rarely been a tranquil nation. Born in revolution, tested by civil war, energized by protest, the United States has survived turmoil even as it has pursued its constitutional mandate to ensure tranquillity. Today, that elusive sense of domestic...