Dole wins Midwest, nomination Primary sweep puts GOP senator over the top; Third time's a charm; Candidate subdued in victory, awaits Calif. next week; CAMPAIGN 1996
Clinton and Dole to confer today Budget deal on agenda as both try to balance roles as leaders, rivals
Gridlock as a campaign strategy: It could present an opportunity for Perot
2 Senate Democrats criticize Clinton on threat to veto damage-award limits Rockefeller, Lieberman say president is rewarding lawyers who support him
Playing dooyathink with Powell
How you pay to peddle McNuggets in Mongolia
Dole takes charge Congressional agenda: GOP agreement on line-item veto a sign that gridlock is easing.
The legacy of the Forbes campaign
Md. welfare reform may be delayed Lawmakers urging Glendening to wait for federal changes; All agree alterations needed; But key legislators are cautioning against early cuts
Coming to grips with Clinton-Dole Support is lukewarm for candidates in likely Nov. battleground; CAMPAIGN 1996
President to veto bill to limit damage awards for products He says GOP measure fails to offer consumers enough protection
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Hill GOP accepts line-item veto deal President would get power to cut an item from a spending bill
The struggle in Michigan for the allegiance of the 'Reagan Democrats'
Forbes drops bid for GOP presidential nomination He endorses Dole, repeats call for a flat-tax system
Forbes to quit GOP race Publisher expected to withdraw today, then endorse Dole; CAMPAIGN 1996
Let Dole be Dole Buchanan-Forbes factors: Why placate foes when GOP nominee can be true to himself?
Social Security advisory panel proposes radical changes Investment in stocks seen as way to increase revenue as workers age
At 78, it's a pleasure to contemplate Derby First, Heard's horse must pass Florida test
Radio Marti is likely to be moved to Florida, in bow to Cuban exiles Cuba's downing of planes rejuvenates power of Miami anti-Castro forces
Dole sweeps 7 more states Pressure increases on Buchanan, Forbes to quit the race; 16th victory in a row; Senator has amassed nearly three-quarters of delegates he needs; CAMPAIGN 1996
President victorious as Senate votes funds for education, training In turnabout, Republicans support more spending
Still talking trade and jobs, Buchanan invades the Rust Belt
Clinton sends another carrier-led task force Biggest U.S. Navy group in Asia since Vietnam era packs aircraft, missiles
With two cans tied to his tail, Dole prepares to challenge Clinton
Our votes reflect a state of middle temperament
GOP: Media wrong again
'Bad dog' Buchanan grows more fierce, more defiant Lacking delegates, Republican still seeks major convention role
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Dole sweeps all before him -- except for two factions of his party
Dole turns N.Y. primary into a rout Kansas senator calls result an affirmation of Republican unity; Only 3 were on ballot; Statewide 20% turnout appears to deliver 92 delegates to Dole
White House halts set-asides for minority contractors Return of programs termed doubtful after moratorium; other preferences allowed
Schaefer pulls a switch -- again Democratic ex-governor snubs Clinton, says he'll support Dole; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole tries to unify party But Buchanan, Forbes aren't finished fighting; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole's victory in Md. could signal change in state GOP's direction 'Moderate, mainstream vision for party' receives widespread support
Republicans to their senses Dole's big sweep: Republican voters return to basic themes championed by Kansas senator.
Dole is poised to win majority of New York delegates Kemp's backing of Forbes is not expected to swing vote in today's primary
Trustworthy, loyal and helpful, Scoutmaster Dole covers the trail
Who thought this was a good way to pick a president?
Dole sweeps eight states Cummings captures 7th; Buchanan falls short in every contest, including key Georgia; Alexander, Lugar to quit; Majority leader appears to have GOP nomination cornered; CAMPAIGN 1996
Rivals' weakness helps Dole get back in front Senator's message remains unchanged through ups and downs; CAMPAIGN 1996
GOP, White House bargain as a new deadline nears More social spending offered in exchange for deficit-cutting deal
Dole boasts his only rival now lives at White House Nomination seems certain after 20 years, 3 campaigns; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole wins Maryland Buchanan languishes as distant runner-up; Senate majority leader gains added momentum in low-interest primary; CAMPAIGN 1996
Md. gets its say at polls today GOP officials predict percent turnout for presidential primary; Clinton vs. LaRouche; 32 trying to succeed Mfume; 7 incumbents running in other races
Where they stand on the issues CAMPAIGN 1996
Portable health insurance has a chance of becoming law
Jurassic Senator Old guard: Strom Thurmond, 93, has lasted so long in the Senate that what many see as his antiquated thinking is back in style. He's intent on staying around to enjoy it.
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