Bob Dole, alias Ronald Reagan?
A flag in the toilet
Clinton, Dole seek ways to cut taxes Both contenders constrained by need to balance budget; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole raises the character issue in talk to state GOP chairmen Allusions to Whitewater among attacks on Clinton
Clinton staff annoys Republicans by tapping successful Reagan style '96 campaign adapts its optimistic themes
Dole needs Powell -- and Reds Republicans' best hope is a renewed Cold War; CAMPAIGN 1996
Clinton: his own worst enemy Republicans adrift: President's greatest worries are self-created, not GOP initiatives
You're not ready, but your little girl is a woman now.
Battered Clinton finds life sunnier in Louisiana A chance to tout programs before supportive crowds; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole trails in Calif., but plans to distract Clinton, hold base '80 days of hell' planned for president, aide says; CAMPAIGN 1996
Troubling issue for Clintons, campaign Realization grows that Whitewater won't go away; CAMPAIGN 1996
The secret of Bob Dole's success
Guilty verdict in Little Rock Whitewater: Convictions of three Clinton associates brighten GOP prospects.
Whitewater partners convicted Arkansas governor also found guilty in loan fraud case; Setback for president; Special prosecutor now targets Clinton's '90 campaign funding
Dole again calls Clinton soft, inconsistent on crime Adviser Morris attacked for poll in rape case; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole setback on missile defense $60 billion estimate: High cost of system sends GOP back to drawing board.
Dole to launch tour to stake Calif. claim Republicans see state with big electoral prize as not out of reach; CAMPAIGN 1996
Things are looking up in the Rust Belt now, who gets the credit?
Lawmakers criticize insurance-pool bill Plan cuts state control, may cause fraud, they say
Guilford is coping with traffic, not crimeYour...
Clinton, Dole end election civility Tit-for-tat strategy spurs negative tone in new television ads
House OKs minimum wage bill 90-cent raise passes as Democrats secure win after long debate; 93 Republicans cross over; GOP leaders decry effect on business; focus shifts to Senate
The politics of welfare reform
Immigration officials expand checks on job seekers Top meat packers adopt California pilot program
House speeds gas-tax repeal Approval is bipartisan, despite doubts about its benefit to motorists
A front-porch campaign for Citizen Dole
The maneuvering around the TEAM Act
The permanent war economy Big defense budgets: Despite end of Cold War, Pentagon spending and sales roll on.
Dole goads Clinton on welfare Republican leader signals issue will be central to campaign; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole opts for steady pace, not leaps, to catch Clinton Speech on welfare today follows long weekend of limited activity in Florida; CAMPAIGN 1996
Black voters flock to the Clinton banner
In foreign policy, it's NOT 'the economy, stupid'
Robin Dole takes guarded role Daughter: Bob Dole's only child deliberately seeks the shadows while the spotlight shines on her famous father.; CAMPAIGN 1996
Should we hike minimum wage? Yes; 12 million Americans need it
Clinton signals his approval of Wis. welfare reform plan Measure would provide wage subsidies to mothers
A flack who uses a smile Clinton spokesman McCurry gets credit for ducking pitfalls.
Not as a senator, but as one who embodies the American Dream
This Clinton market has been a real whizbang
The Senate after Dole Trent Lott: Mississippi conservative seeking majority leader's post.
'Citizen' Dole tries new look GOP candidate sheds suit as he quits Senate for full-time campaign; CAMPAIGN 1996
Lott moves toward spotlight Senate: The resignation of Sen. Bob Dole makes his chief deputy, Trent Lott, the favorite in the race to replace the majority leader. But he can't expect a lot of support from his departing boss.
A gambler shuffles the deck But campaign style remains the wild card; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole stuns Washington by quitting the Senate Majority leader ends long career to focus on campaign; It's 'White House or home'; President Clinton caught off-guard by announcement; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole: 'the hard way' Resigns from Senate: GOP presidential candidate to devote full time to campaign.
Lessons in history for Gingrich Speakers: Republican speakers of the House haven't lasted long in the office for the better part of this century. That may not bode well for Newt Gingrich's chances for re-election to the post.
Cold War is over, and the winner is the Pentagon
Dole plans to cut back Hill duties Move would allow Senate leader to focus on campaign; 'Out of the muck and mire'; Republican to outline his strategy today at news conference; CAMPAIGN 1996
The networks play games on TV time for candidates
Young Carroll Republican's goal is to be involved Sauerbrey speaks to club that was founded by teen at Westminster High
Being called a liability by D'Amato