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Times Staff WritersAgainst an undercurrent of concern about the integrity of the election process but no indications of major problems, Americans waited in long lines at the polls today to deliver their verdict on the George Bush presidency and to elect a new House of...
Tags: Massachusetts, Tampa, Laura Bush, Hawaii, Columbus
Los Angeles Times Times Staff WriterTeresa Heinz Kerry's unguarded speaking style created a small campaign sideshow Wednesday after she questioned in an interview whether first lady Laura Bush had held "a real job." Heinz Kerry apologized later in the day, saying she had forgotten about...
Chicago Tribune staff reporterThey called themselves the winter soldiers. In tattered Vietnam combat fatigues, the anti-war veterans marched through the small towns and strip malls of central New Jersey in September 1970. Staging "guerrilla theater" re-enactments of the conflict...
Sun National StaffFirst in a series ST. CHARLES, Mo. - Vicki Gordy, a young grandmother and self-described "rascal" who wears purple eye shadow, a gold ankle bracelet and a necklace spelling out her name in diamonds, sat in front of her computer last spring and started...
Coming on the eve of this agonizingly close presidential race, the results of Charles Glueck's informal canvassing of his Cincinnati neighborhood seemed just about right: Most of the homes on Middleton Court were split down the middle. Husbands were on...
Sun Foreign StaffMAPUTO, Mozambique - On sweaty summer nights in this tropical East African port, people searching for relief can go to A Fofoca Pub. A sticky sea breeze staggers through the open windows, and the pub's prized satellite television offers patrons news of...
Tribune national correspondentShortly after midnight Wednesday in Copley Square, rocker Jon Bon Jovi began to sing "Living on a Prayer" as thousands of Sen. John Kerry's supporters sang along, swaying to the music. But as concern grew over Kerry's chances to clinch the presidency, it...
Tribune national correspondentIts lawns studded with candidates' signs, airwaves choked with campaign ads and roads relentlessly crisscrossed by presidential hopefuls and their surrogates, the Granite State might be reveling in the run-up to its fabled first-in-the-nation primary...
Times Staff WriterDiverging trends in the three largest battleground states point toward a volatile and tense finish in the presidential race, new Times polls have found. The surveys find President Bush holding an 8 percentage point lead among likely voters in Florida,...
Tags: Ralph Nader, Minnesota, Laura Bush, George W. Bush, Elections
Tribune senior correspondentExcuse me while I wring out my notes. At least Barbra Streisand had the good sense to wear a hat to the Bill Clinton library deluge. But most people were way under-prepared for the downpour, their $500 Manolos sinking into the mud as they waited to...
Tags: Television, Bill Clinton, Architecture, Gaming, Society
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