Pappy stands alone
NRA convention takes aim at Clinton Its theme is 'ABC,' 'Anybody but Clinton'
GOP debacle on the minimum wage Democrats prevailing: Dole hurt as House Republicans put him in untenable position.
Memo to Clinton: Sooner or later you will need a foreign policy
Here is how members of Maryland's delegation...
Step toward health care reform Senate rejects crippling amendment: Modest reforms will help millions of Americans.
Dole would remove ABA from federal judge process GOP nominee assails lawyers' association for 'liberal leniency'
The case for giving the candidates free television time
Gore sees Dole yielding on minimum-wage increase
Health benefit bill gains in Senate Hill passage is likely for bill to bar loss of insurance coverage; 80 million are affected; Senate rejects plan by Dole to set up health savings accounts
Buchanan not planning third-party candidacy But candidate is polling 140,000 contributors to ask their advice
Senate OKs bill to fight terror House expected to act by anniversary of Oklahoma bombing; Clinton likely to sign; Measure will ease tracking of suspects, speed executions
The Scalia speech: raw meat to the religious right
Foreign policy president Clinton abroad: Trip to Korea, Japan and Russia gives him political advantage over Dole.
Dole tops pre-convention fund-raising limit Three-state swing puts GOP candidate's tally beyond $37.2 million
Divided government, 1996 style Polling results: 53 percent favor Clinton victory as brake on Gingrich Congress.
President nominates Kantor to head Commerce Department Ceremony to replace Brown brings tears to both men
Poll shows concern over discipline in schools Overcrowding also seen as problem in classrooms
Shoe Soul steps ahead on heels of controversy Songwriters win plaudits, criticism for steamy hit
CLOSE OBSERVERS of the Bosnia conflict will...
Sheriff cuts to aid budget, not fight...
Big Labor seeks to regain its political clout
Big Labor bulks up
Perot served a purpose -- last time
March 27, 1996: a day that will live in infamy
Buchanan presidential campaign called a crusade, a bid for leverage GOP leaders urge him to quit, rally behind Dole, but he's expected to persist; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole's next decision involves thinking about a supporting cast
With rates on roller coaster, just hang on
Republicans draw battle lines over defense spending Clinton, GOP at odds on combat readiness
Climbing the hill to White House? Look out, Senator Dole: The presumptive Republican nominee is likely to find out that in presidential politics, being a senator is more of a liability than an asset.
Deadhead talking What did the the media expected from Don Imus - wit and intelligence?
Congress passes months of landmark bills in a week Much is accomplished just before recess
The election campaign begins
Buchanan vs. the GOP Insurgent's choices: Does he hurt Dole more by staying in or getting out of the party?
Congress votes to end most farm subsidies by 2002 Clinton is expected to sign bill into law
Dole-led Senate votes 69-31 to grant president line-item veto power Sarbanes, Mikulski oppose bipartisan bill; OK by House, Clinton expected
Dole claims Republican nomination Senate leader doesn't even wait for polls to close; 'Restore U.S. prestige'; Primaries held in California, Washington, Nevada; CAMPAIGN 1996
He's at the border, he's at the prison, but what does Dole see for America?
Ah, but voters don't elect a president -- the Electoral College does
Scrambled GOP image House Republicans: Their support of Dole shakier than Democratic backing for Clinton.
County executive shouldn't appoint school boardAs co-chairman...
Dole unites GOP forces in Congress with one goal Leadership retools for White House bid; CAMPAIGN 1996
The winner of the 1996 election
House repeals gun-ban measure GOP fulfills promise on assault arms, but vote is not veto-proof
House GOP hastily tries to repeal assault gun ban Protests erupt, even though ban is likely to survive
Front-loading folly: a dash to decision, at a cost in deliberation
Campaign on Pennsylvania Avenue Clinton-Dole: President and Senate majority leader still have to govern.
Clinton, Dole set agenda allowing each small victories Spending authority, higher debt ceiling top the list
A Powell-less Dole must pander to white paranoia, or lose