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Could Obama lead the Democrats towards a sweep of the south? Karl Rove's people are rescuing McCain. Plus, the leftist backlash against Obama starts here
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It's time for the candidates to choose their running mates. Could Obama pick a Republican? And McCain an Indian-American? And is the job worth having anyway?
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Now that Obama looks unstoppable, some Dems are having second thoughts about whether he can win. Plus, McCain's fundraising trickery and cut-price Clinton T-shirts
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Would Clinton quit the race if she got to be Senate majority leader? The media and McCain's secrets. Plus, what are Condi's chances of being McCain's running mate?
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Could Puerto Rico's delegates decide the Democratic nomination? Clinton's strategy to win the super-delegates. Plus, McCain's foreign policy adviser greybeards
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The candidates face the tricky choice of running mates. Can the Obama love-in last? Plus, the neocons rally to McCain, but did he nearly join the Democrats in 2001?
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Could the campaigns for the nominations drag on until the party conventions? If so, Clinton may be calling on the Dem "super-delegates." Plus, candidates' campaign songs
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Hillary Clinton may lose in Iowa, but she has a plan B. The Dems have a crafty strategy for the Senate races. Plus Mitt Romney's millions, Ron Paul's bunnies and John McCain's son
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Hillary Clinton worries over Iran and Iowa. The Bushes can't agree on a candidate for the Republican nomination. And top spook Cofer Black turns Mitt Romney macho
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The Clintons join Gore on the climate change bandwagon. The sub-prime mortgage mess may yet hurt John Edwards. Plus the French rush in and Fred Thompson falters
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Will Britain's new ambassador get on better with the Americans than he has with the rest of the world? Plus, what's with Mitt Romney and his weird nickames?
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Goodbye Karl Rove—the Democrats thank you for their high standing in the polls. Alan Greenspan gets the blame for the financial crisis. Plus, the candidates' pets
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