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  • Colin Powell: Vote Undecided

     
    by Bay Fang It was a forum on foreign policy, but one of the five secretaries of state on stage chose to make political news. In answer to a student question about whether electing the first African American president would......
  • Obama, McCain: Polls show a true battle

     
    by Mark Silva It's a battle. In the battlegrounds. Forgot those national polls that portray a dead heat in the contest between Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain. Polls in some of the most heavily contested states are showing......
  • Cheney's heart has abnormal rhythm

     
    by Frank James Vice President Cheney is headed back to the hospital after having his heart experience atrial fibrillation, an abnormal rhythm which he has experienced before. It doesn't sound like an emergency though it has changed his schedule. Here's......
  • Swamp Sunrise

     
    Good morning. Here are a few Washington events of note for Monday, October 27. President Bush is meeting with President Fernando Lugo of Paraguay. Pakistani Ambassador Husain Haqqani is speaking to the World Affairs Council of Washington about recent...
  • Mukasey alert after collapsing Thursday

     
    by Frank James (updated at 12:36 pm with Mukasey statement) Good news this morning on Attorney General Michael Mukasey. He's reportedly alert and communicating after having what at first sounded like a stroke Thursday evening while giving a speech......
  • Obama's 'change,' Congress' status quo

     
    by Janet Hook The collapse of legislation to bail out the U.S. auto industry is a fitting end to this year in Congress -- and a warning to President-elect Barack Obama that even larger Democratic majorities next year won't guarantee......
  • D.C. Voting rights: Capital has a dream

     
    by Mark Silva The great, and disenfranchised, capital of the United States of America is looking at a long-sought dream today: The right to vote. For a member of Congress, that is. They just cannot have tough control - everything,......
  • AIG's ritual scourging may not get to heart of matter

     
    by Frank James Much of the Washington-based ire over the AIG bonuses has the feel of political posturing, with every politician in town wanting to surf the wave of populist anger. A lot of that politically driven outrage will be......
  • David Axelrod: 'Wait, wait, don't tell me'

     
    by Mark Silva David Axelrod, the political adviser who helped President Barack Obama get where he is today, will be speaking out of field tomorrow night. And people will be laughing. It's OK. Obama has done it, too. Axelrod, appearing......
  • Axelrod, Obama: Close, not that close

     
    by Mark Silva David Axelrod and President Barack Obama are close, but not so close, Axelrod said tonight, that he can tell whether his boss has started smoking again. "The president and I are close, but we don't get that......
  • Emanuel: Washington commencement

     
    by Mark Silva While President Barack Obama heads for South Bend, Ind., on Sunday to deliver the disputed commencement address at the University of Notre Dame, Obama Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel will be holding down the commencement front here......
  • Sotomayor hoping, hopping for support

     
    by Michael Muskal Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor found something she could really lean on today as she met with more senators who will consider her nomination. Sotomayor was forced to rely on crutches as she moved from from meeting......