Kemp among GOP's top-three prospects for No. 2 spot on ticket, Dole aides say Other leading contenders said to be Mack, Engler
GOP hopes for smoother meeting Local Democrats gear up for their national convention
Dole narrows list of running mates to 3 to meet self-imposed Saturday deadline Finalists not revealed; initial top choices were unavailable; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole attains compromise on abortion Platform attachment to contain dissenting views of moderates; 11th-hour GOP effort; Deal struck to avoid convention floor fight over hard-line plank; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole feels heat over abortion shift Conservatives applaud bid to avoid convention fight; CAMPAIGN 1996
The GOP: Intolerant of tolerance? Anti-abortion stand: Party platform writers reject Dole plea for diversity of opinion.
The logic of tax cuts in a good economy
The GOP's abortion war: So much for Dole's reputation as a skilled conciliator
Who's looking at your medical records?
Deficit hawk to voodoo doctor Dole's tax cut plan: Republican nominee acts boldly to rejuvenate his campaign.
'Slick' politics on welfare reform
Abortion language dropped by Dole New platform plank ZTC makes big concession to conservatives; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole urges broad cuts in taxes Rate reductions, credits would total $548 billion in 3 years; 'I'm betting the country'; White House calls program a return to supply-side era; CAMPAIGN 1996
Smack in the center of the fight for Congress
Dole to offer tax cut of 15% Proposal would trim $541 billion over 6 years, advisers say; Announcement today; Plan would affect 90 million taxpayers, offer child tax credit; CAMPAIGN 1996
Clinton plays it safe on welfare reform
Election-year breakthrough 'Do-something Congress': Republican lawmakers and a Democratic president do a deal.
Is he too funny for his own good? CAMPAIGN 1996
'Impeach' more planning commissionersI am amazed at...
Clinton will sign welfare reform President calls bill flawed but preferable to 'cycle of dependency'; Senate OK expected today; Measure eliminates guaranteed aid, shifts system to states
Dole changes his tune to 'Hooray for Hollywood' GOP candidate praises films that reinforce basic American values; CAMPAIGN 1996
Promising a tax cut will not work for Dole
Clinton's hypocrisy on partial-birth abortion
Clinton, Congress close on welfare Election-year pressure may force him to sign tough Republican bill
'Benevolent hegemony' reflects U.S. narcissism
Clinton's journey from bold innovator to dogged guardian
Incumbents forever Three big measures: Health insurance, minimum wage and welfare reform attainable.
The court's acid tongue Dissenter: Justice Scalia revels in publicly and personally challenging his colleaques' views, but he needs to learn when to stop.
GOP candidates keep Dole at a safe distance Congress members fret over Kansan's poor poll figures
Hollywood only reflects native culture of violence
The politics of welfare reform
Casting a reflection on Dole Adviser: Politics, policy and a heavy dose of exercise dictate Robert E. Lighthizer's schedule, as they do for his boss, Bob Dole. He compares working for Dole to being a priest.
Deal in Congress lifts health insurance bill Kennedy, Archer agree on test plan for guaranteed coverage
Doleful state of the presidential race
Dole's age isn't the problem, it's the sense that he's yesterday's man
Dole at 73, the age issue Key election factor: GOP candidate's good health cited to counter voters' concerns.
Arming the world to the teeth
Women feel the same way about Dole that men do, only more so
Now is the time for Dole to come to the aid of the party
Town awaits hero's crowning glory Roots: Russell, Kan., birthplace of Bob Dole, is anticipating a new tourist industry arising from the fame of its favorite son. That is, if he wins the presidential election.
Dole sticks to his script, says a bit less to reporters On Midwest trip, GOP candidate aims to avoid missteps
Dole says Clinton has allowed teachers' unions to stall reform GOP candidate cites union contributions to Clinton campaign
Dole's snub of the NAACP is both a blunder and a missed opportunity
Clinton, Dole duel gently Rivals are gracious in cable appearances
Anything goes in GOP dirtball strategyThe majority...
Shocked -- shocked! -- by that money
Gray's money troubles: Not rare, but not smart
Dole record on civil rights is mixed, say associates It's between 'flawless' and 'less than stellar'
House OKs law limiting gay, lesbian marriages Vote reflects feelings of nation, sponsor says
Has Dole decided to be the white man's candidate?