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Meet the Press (tv program)

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  • McPalin rattles Team Obama

    Barack Obama, a famous fan of pickup basketball, must recognize his plight: It's two on one now. John McCain drafted Gov. Sarah Palin, the star point guard from the Wasilla Warriors, to double-team Obama. (McCain's team doesn't care if no one covers Joe...
  • McCain, Obama back-to-back: 100 days

     
    by Mark Silva A 100-day campaign for the White House opens today, with Election Day just 99 days away. And today, the presumptive nominees of the major political parties will appear back-to-back on the Sunday morning news-talk show circuit: Sen.......
  • Katie Couric, news anchors and the cult of personality

    Katie Couric, news anchors and the cult of personality
    Tailored suit, tasteful hair, good posture, all business, only rare hints of perkiness. I've been checking out Katie Couric, really putting the evil eye on her. You know, Couric, the former NBC "Today" superstar and subsequent $15-million-a-year Jeanne...
  • Obama, McCain: On tour, on cue

     
    by John Crewdson The Swamp watches the Sunday talks, so you can clean out the basement and argue with your spouse over whether to finally throw away those '60s L.P.s. Tom Brokaw shows us that, even without the departed Tim......
  • Obama: Surge is 'one factor' in progress

     
    by Christi Parsons Barack Obama says he's happy to see recent reductions in violence in Iraq, but he's not giving sole credit to the troop surge he opposed. In fact, to "try and single out one factor in a messy......
  • Obama makes case for `common ground'

    Less than a week after the Democratic Party suffered major electoral losses across the nation, it was Barack Obama, a U.S. senator-elect who has never held national office, who appeared on the major Sunday morning talk shows to explain the party's...
  • Cheney busy behind the scenes

    Vice President Dick Cheney recently referred to himself as "mystery man," a wry reference to the Bush administration's post-Sept. 11 policy of keeping him largely hidden from public view -- and away from the White House. Working out of various remote...
  • Congress Steps Up Pressure for China Sanctions

    WASHINGTON -- The Bush Administration came under strong pressure from congressional leaders Sunday to back up its verbal condemnations of the Chinese government's violent crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators by imposing tough sanctions--including a...
  • From the archives: Khomeini Renews Call for Death of Rushdie

    CAIRO -- Iran's supreme leader, the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, overruling his president and other Iranian moderates, declared Sunday that British author Salman Rushdie must be killed and sent "to hell" for writing "The Satanic Verses," a novel that many...