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Republican presidential candidate John McCain Monday vowed to aid small farmers by targeting agricultural tariffs and subsidies doled out to agribusiness.
Democrat John Edwards is endorsing former rival Barack Obama, fresh signs of the party establishment embracing the likely nominee even as Hillary Rodham Clinton refuses to give up her increasingly long-shot candidacy.
Hillary Clinton scored a big victory over front-runner Barack Obama in West Virginia on Tuesday, but it could be too little and too late to stop his march to the Democratic presidential nomination.
I have a confession to make. There's something that, at this moment, i cannot do with out. It's not booze. It's not drugs. It's not french fries. It's the Amazon.com sales rankings for books! That's because I am co-author, with my longtime journalistic colleague Jerry Seib, of the new book "Pennsylvania Avenue: Profiles in Backroom Power."
Barack Obama erased Hillary Rodham Clinton's once-imposing lead among superdelegates Saturday when he added more endorsements from the group of Democrats who will decide the party's nomination for president.
By rebounding from his political struggles over Jeremiah Wright and gas taxes, Sen. Barack Obama may have survived the toughest punch that Sen. Hillary Clinton can throw. There was another sign Wednesday...
Before Democrats could even utter the words, “housing,” “rescue,” “FHA” or “predatory,” President Bush had already let the threat fly: “I will veto the bill that's moving through the House today if it makes it to my desk.” Nuff said, Sir.
Barack Obama scored an easy win in North Carolina on Tuesday to take a big step toward the Democratic presidential nomination, while Hillary Clinton scraped through a narrow victory in Indiana that keeps her faint White House hopes alive.
Washington is on the warpath against high energy prices by going after excessive speculation in energy markets. Its latest efforts--closing the so-called ‘Enron loophole’ and just last week, siccing the Federal Trade Commission on energy markets--will either finally make a difference, or soon be exposed as another feckless, false promise to American consumers.
As they traveled across Indiana and North Carolina over the last few days, trading charges and countercharges about the wisdom of suspending the federal gas tax for the summer, Senators Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama were really having a larger fight.
If there was any doubt, the new NBC-WSJ poll confirms it: The American people are officially in a very bad mood and it starts with the economy. 73 percent of Americans say the country is on the wrong track -- the worst since 1992...
Yesterday I wrote about the rather uncomfortable situation of hundreds of home builders on Capitol Hill, asking lawmakers for help, after their association had brashly cut off Congressional contributions.
Eight in 10 Americans believe the U.S. economy is now in recession, fueling unhappiness with President Bush and boosting Democratic hopes in the presidential race despite the party's divisive primary.
The White House Correspondents Dinner, which I attended this past weekend, is one of the most unusual events I know. Where else do you find Condoleezza Rice and Pamela Anderson in the same room?
I went up to Capitol Hill this morning because about 1,200 members of the National Association of Home Builders are taking their annual day of action up here. It couldn't be more timely, as several bills are working their way through Congress to help builders and borrowers alike and to right the housing market.
Senator John McCain called for the federal government to give some money to states to help them cover people with illnesses who have been denied health insurance, The New York TImes reports.
The two Democratic candidates for president are divided on whether to implement a gas tax holiday this summer.
Enthusiasm over the 2008 presidential election is motivating some people to wear their politics on their sleeve. Literally.
It's funny the way politicians in different circumstances and different parties try to surf the same waves. I saw John McCain speak in Baton Rouge last night. He made an argument about government reform that mirrored the successful campaign themes of Louisiana's new governor Bobby Jindal
Hillary Clinton defeated rival Barack Obama in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, prolonging an increasingly negative Democratic presidential race and keeping alive her White House hopes.