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Sun National StaffDES MOINES, Iowa -- Sen. John Kerry, who entered the Democratic presidential contest as the favorite, then faded in recent months, bounced back with an electrifying victory in the Iowa caucuses last night. Fast-rising Sen. John Edwards finished a...
Sun National StaffMANCHESTER, N.H. - Survivors of last night's Iowa caucuses will be hitting the icy ground here today to find a vastly different state than the New Hampshire of just a week ago, with Sen. John Kerry and retired Gen. Wesley K. Clark surging and former...
Washington BureauThe House on Thursday passed a broad package of measures designed to improve airline security but narrowly rejected a full federal takeover of security screening at the nation's airports. The action puts the House in conflict with a unanimous Senate vote...
Chicago Tribune staff reporterAt an evangelical revival service in Pittsburgh in the summer of 1972, Richard Gephardt and his wife, Jane, held their ailing infant son and prayed, hoping that a faith healer could cure the volleyball-size prostate tumor that doctors predicted would soon...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Having seized control of the Senate and widened their edge in the House, Republicans are poised to help President Bush push through some top priorities, including tax cuts, a Homeland Security Department and the appointment of conservative...
Tags: Bernard Sanders, State Budgets, White House, Laws, Unions
Washington BureauAnthrax has been detected on a machine that opens letters bound for the White House, officials announced Tuesday, bringing the bioterrorism scare closer to another symbol of American power. No one at the White House has tested positive for exposure to...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe meeting between the two men was calm, by all accounts. On Wednesday, after absorbing his second straight loss of the presidential season, Democratic candidate Howard Dean retreated home to Burlington and sat down with campaign manager Joe Trippi to...
Tags: Polls, Jerry Brown, CNN (tv network), Howard Dean, Zoe Lofgren
Sun National StaffSAN FRANCISCO - On the best day in weeks for U.S. forces in Iraq, the Democratic presidential contenders leveled fresh criticism at President Bush and his foreign policy, with Rep. Richard A. Gephardt urging the administration to abandon its bullying,...
Associated Press WriterSuddenly it's a whole new race. Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean and Rep. Dick Gephardt suffered political disappointments in Iowa's leadoff Democratic presidential caucuses. But so did retired Gen. Wesley Clark, who didn't even run there. Sen. John...
"He even looks dashing in a Santa suit." -- Elizabeth Edwards, introducing John Edwards "USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!" -- chanted by the delegates after a corps of retired generals and admirals took the stage to endorse John Kerry -- Los Angeles Times staff...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Howard Dean, once touted as the man most likely to succeed in the Democratic presidential race, folded his campaign yesterday after failing to win a single state. "I am no longer a candidate," Dean told flag-waving supporters in his hometown...
Tags: White House, Bill Bradley, Mass Media, Unions, Activism
Sun ReporterTexas Gov. George W. Bush claimed victory last night in the presidential race, after he was certified the winner of Florida's election by 537 votes out of nearly 6 million cast. Vice President Al Gore refused to concede and announced that he would try to...
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