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Baltimore Sun national staffFrom a ridge above the dusty Afghan village of Tirin Kowt, Army Capt. Jason Amerine became part of a new American style of warfare. The 30-year-old Green Beret officer, leading a dozen-member "A Team" and advising Pashtun rebels, called in U.S....
Chicago Tribune staff writersSen. John Kerry of Massachusetts surged to victory in the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 19 as he and a surprisingly strong Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina wounded Howard Dean in the first contest of the Democratic presidential race, profoundly reshaping the...
Tribune national correspondentJohn Kerry was riding in his campaign bus, passing another in a long series of miles along the roads of Ohio, and the question for him was an innocent conversation-starter. Given the remarkable trajectory of his run for the White House - written off...
Hartford Courant Washington Bureau ChiefNew Hampshire Democrats sent America a strong message Tuesday: They want John Kerry as the party's presidential nominee. Kerry coasted to his second straight win, building on last week's victory in the Iowa caucuses with a solid triumph in the New...
Especial para El SentinelEl proceso electoral norteamericano no es una carrera corta de 100 metros. Es un sistema mucho más parecido a un maratón de casi un año de duración. El caucus de Iowa sólo fue el comienzo de la carrera. En esta primera vuelta los senadores John Kerry (de...
Tags: Walter Mondale, Florida, Joe Lieberman, Vermont, Bill Clinton
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The scene of several hundred jubilant Iraqis cheering as a statue of Saddam Hussein was hauled down in Baghdad yesterday surprised Pentagon officials, who expected more resistance from the Iraqi leader's supposedly elite forces. "The regime'...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Senior military officers are deeply concerned about the cost, demands and hazards of occupying Iraq, including the teeming capital city of Baghdad, should U.S. forces overthrow Saddam Hussein. Some estimate that it would take thousands, if...
We are here tonight because we love our country. We are proud of what America is and what it can become. My fellow Americans, we are here tonight united in one simple purpose: to make America stronger at home and respected in the world. A great...
The following memo might be sent to the Democratic nominee on the eve of his nominating convention in his hometown of Boston. Dear John: They will tell you that this election is yours to lose. They will say that Iraq is a mess, the economy is rocky...
Tags: Georgia, Sally Field, Vietnam, Hillary Clinton, Democratic Party
Tribune staff reporterThe heat of this intense political season crossed over to CNN's "Crossfire" Friday and continued to make a stir on the Web Monday after Jon Stewart, host of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," blasted the CNN program during a guest appearance. Though...
Tribune national correspondentIts lawns studded with candidates' signs, airwaves choked with campaign ads and roads relentlessly crisscrossed by presidential hopefuls and their surrogates, the Granite State might be reveling in the run-up to its fabled first-in-the-nation primary...
Chicago Tribune chief business correspondentThe last time Wesley Clark ran for office, he was a high school senior who put his head down on his desk and voted for his best friend, Steve Buchanan. After the student council ballots were tallied, Clark had lost -- by one vote. Not that he shelved his...
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