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Sun National StaffIn the midst of dealing with military action abroad and an anthrax crisis at home, President Bush paid a brief visit to suburban Baltimore yesterday, telling employees at a small packaging company that he wants Congress to act fast to cure the nation's...
Sun ReportersIn the battle for the presidency, Florida courts issued a series of rulings yesterday that favored Texas Gov. George W. Bush's bid and gave Vice President Al Gore the chance to prove he won the race. Circuit Judge Terry P. Lewis' ruling, perhaps the most...
Sun StaffRepublican Rep. Constance A. Morella said yesterday that she will vote against a resolution authorizing the use of force against Iraq, a wrenching decision - particularly in an election year - that again placed her between the wishes of her party and...
Sun ReporterWith the presidency at stake, the Supreme Court will assemble today to seek a constitutional formula for ending the conflict over the last unsettled electoral votes - Florida's decisive 25. The nine justices, returning to their courtroom for the second...
Sun StaffLt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend has enlisted a key architect of Gov. Parris N. Glendening's 1998 re-election victory to help manage her sputtering bid for governor, campaign officials said yesterday. Karen White, Glendening's communications director,...
Sun ReporterIn a stunning, history-shaping order, the U.S. Supreme Court assigned itself a potentially decisive role in settling the nation's presidential election as it agreed yesterday to rule on an appeal by Texas Gov. George W. Bush. Merely by taking on the...
Tags: Lawyers, Republican Party, Iran, White House, Trials
Sun ReportersSteamy South Florida grew hotter yesterday as ballot counters in Broward and Palm Beach counties sprinted toward today's 5 p.m. deadline for completing manual recounts of contested presidential ballots. As demonstrators faced off in the streets and...
Times Staff WriterLOS ANGELES -- Jim and Mill LaVerde followed it like a pennant race. Sam and Stephanie Larson saw it as a morality play. Eleanor Viggers was drawn to it like a train wreck. Steve and Yolanda Whitehorse just tried not to come to blows over it. All seven...
Tags: Upton Sinclair, Television, Voting, Richard Nixon, Government
Sun ReporterWith the U.S. Supreme Court poised to act swiftly on Texas Gov. George W. Bush's plea to let Florida officials declare him the winner of the state's presidential votes, Vice President Al Gore's aides vowed last night to fight rather than concede that...
Sun ReporterFlorida's elections chief, after omitting new votes from Palm Beach County because a hand recount wasn't finished by yesterday's 5 p.m. deadline, declared Texas Gov. George W. Bush the winner of the state's heatedly contested presidential race and its...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Howard Dean, once touted as the man most likely to succeed in the Democratic presidential race, folded his campaign yesterday after failing to win a single state. "I am no longer a candidate," Dean told flag-waving supporters in his hometown...
Sun ReporterTexas Gov. George W. Bush claimed victory last night in the presidential race, after he was certified the winner of Florida's election by 537 votes out of nearly 6 million cast. Vice President Al Gore refused to concede and announced that he would try to...
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