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  • Huckabee, Obama face new hurdles in New Hampshire

    It was political magic versus machine in Iowa on Thursday, and the magic won, as rookies in both parties scored upset victories over more seasoned candidates by attracting legions of new voters with bold calls for change. But starting in New Hampshire on...
  • A tale of two speeches

    Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney were supposed to leave New Hampshire today as the prohibitive favorites to win their parties' presidential nominations. It didn't happen that way. Romney has now lost twice, and Clinton, who ran third in Iowa, found New...
  • McCain's victory opens up the GOP race

    John McCain's comeback victory in New Hampshire on Tuesday puts the Arizona senator back in contention in a Republican presidential race that still doesn't have a clear front-runner, but he faces a series of challenges. McCain split registered...
  • Fresh starts for Clinton, McCain in New Hampshire primary

    Fresh starts for Clinton, McCain in New Hampshire primary
    Powered by women voters and the Democratic faithful, Hillary Rodham Clinton rallied to a surprise victory Tuesday in the New Hampshire presidential primary, echoing the 1992 comeback that launched her husband to the White House. Barack Obama, the...
  • Republican eyes on Michigan primary

    Republican eyes on Michigan primary
    Castigated by the national party for moving their primary ahead in the nominating calendar, Michigan Republicans could inject even more volatility into the 2008 GOP presidential campaign when they go to the polls Tuesday. Although only half of the state'...
  • Florida becomes showdown state for GOP

    John McCain's victory in South Carolina puts the Arizona senator in a strong position to win the Republican presidential nomination -- but only if he can follow up with another win in Florida nine days from now. "This is a huge win for McCain," said...
  • Times poll finds Clinton holding on to lead

    Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton maintains a solid lead in her party's presidential race among Democratic voters nationwide, despite a surge in support since late last year for Sen. Barack Obama, a Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll has found. The Republican...
  • What chores would Jesus do?

    What chores would Jesus do?
    In a peeling house on South 32nd Street, five friends came together to stretch their faith. They left comfortable apartments for a communal home within walking distance of a prison, a pawnshop, a derelict trailer park. Exhaust from a sugar beet factory...
  • Army Sgt. David J. Hart, 22, Lake View Terrace; among 3 killed in Iraq firefight

    Army Sgt. David J. Hart, 22, Lake View Terrace; among 3 killed in Iraq firefight
    He was known as the guy with the random stories. "When I was in Tahiti . . ." or "When I was in Sydney . . .," he would tell his Army buddies, who listened intently, if just the slightest bit skeptically. They needn't have been. As a young man, Sgt....
  • Bringing science back into America's sphere

    "Science has become much less cool," journalist Chris Mooney writes in his new book, "Unscientific America: How Scientific Illiteracy Threatens Our Future" (July 2009, Basic Books). Mooney, author of the bestseller "The Republican War on Science," and his...
  • 'Going Rogue: An American Life' by Sarah Palin

    'Going Rogue: An American Life' by Sarah Palin
    A particularly shrewd political analyst once remarked that Ronald Reagan's great strength as a candidate was that he was "a sincere phony." In the world of electoral realpolitik, that's a compliment. What the analyst meant was that Reagan had the ability...