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Analysis: Powell flap gets GOP to ask 'What kind of party are we?'

Colin Powell stirred up the Republican Party's very public internal debate about the direction of the party and asserted it's losing because it doesn't appeal to moderates like him.

updated Mon May 25 2009 19:35:21

Analysis: Powell flap gets GOP to ask 'What kind of party are we?'

Colin Powell stirred up the Republican Party's very public internal debate about the direction of the party and asserted it's losing because it doesn't appeal to moderates like him.

updated Fri Aug 22 2008 10:04:17

Obama pounces as McCain stumbles on number of his homes

Sen. Barack Obama's campaign used a new attack ad Thursday to pound Sen. John McCain for his failure to answer a question about how many homes he owns.

updated Thu Aug 21 2008 09:54:35

McCain cuts into Obama's lead

Sen. John McCain has chipped away at Sen. Barack Obama's lead, with a national survey of polls showing the Democratic presumptive nominee up by just 1 percentage point in the presidential race.

updated Fri Jul 18 2008 21:51:34

Phil Gramm steps down after 'whiners' comment

Former Republican Sen. Phil Gramm said Friday that he is stepping down as co-chairman of Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign amid criticism for saying last week that "we have sort of become a nation of whiners."

updated Thu Aug 23 2007 00:29:28

'Setting Expectations Tour' is Bush's segue into September

Kansas City was the first stop on what you might call the "Setting Expectations Tour."

updated Wed Aug 15 2007 14:09:22

Poll: Bush, Democratic Congress both failures

Americans think both President Bush and the Democratic Congress have been failures so far this year, but they still tend to put more confidence in the Democrats.

updated Tue Jul 31 2007 22:27:42

Henry: Did Bush make Brown his BFF?

President Bush was eager on Monday to show he can be jocular with new British Prime Minister Gordon Brown (just like with his old buddy, Tony Blair) when he teased New York Times reporter Jim Rutenberg about his birthday.

updated Tue Jul 31 2007 12:29:15

In 'D.C. Madam's' phone records, a slice of Washington

Euphemisms abound for prostitution, but spend a week combing through the phone records of the so-called "D.C. Madam," and it's clear that "call girl" is far and away the most apt. It is all about the calls.

updated Tue Jul 31 2007 12:26:32

War foes plan new way to pressure Bush

They are two very different Democrats: Neil Abercrombie is a liberal from Hawaii, and John Tanner is a Tennessee conservative.

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