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The Swampby John McCormick ESPANOLA, N.M.--Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama said Thursday he was "ahead of the curve" in calling for more regulation of the financial industry and hammered Republican rival John McCain for being a longtime opponent...
Tags: Iowa, Warren Buffett, Illinois, Ohio, Elections
The Swampby John McCormick, updated ESPANOLA, N.M. - Democrat Barack Obama said today that he was "ahead of the curve" in calling for more regulation of the financial industry and hammered Republican rival John McCain for being a longtime opponent of......
Tags: Financial Markets, Illinois, New Mexico, Ohio, Elections
Spin CycleMcCain today called for the firing of the SEC chair (which, technically, the president can't do) and promises some policy proposals. Obama is previewing a policy speech, wrapped in politics: "The events of the past few days have made clear......
The SwampA factory in Vietnam. Doubletake is back for the new fall season. Each day, Tribune correspondents Jim Tankersley and Jim Oliphant slice through the spin with shining machetes of truth, all the while straining metaphors to the max. Jim......
The Swampby Mark Silva Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich are on top. Let history record that, for one fleeting moment perhaps this week, the most anti-establishment candidates for either major parties' presidential nominations this year - two who stirred a lot......
The Swampby Frank James Richard Fuld, former chief executive officer of the extinct Lehman Brothers investment bank was on Capitol Hill today to answer questions about the demise of his firm and the huge pay packages he and other top......
LARRY KING, CNN ANCHOR: Thank you very much. Good evening, everybody, from this beautiful university, the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, before a wonderful crowd of folks. There are four Democratic candidates, myself and two questioners...
Chicago Tribune staff writersSen. John Kerry of Massachusetts surged to victory in the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 19 as he and a surprisingly strong Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina wounded Howard Dean in the first contest of the Democratic presidential race, profoundly reshaping the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- Edging America closer to possible war, Congress voted decisively to give President Bush the broad authority he wants to use military force against Iraq. The Senate passed the measure early this morning by a vote of 77-23, after the House...
Chicago Tribune staff reporterAs his van winds through scenic Coldwater Canyon, Dennis Kucinich experiences a musical flashback. Although his destitute childhood, tumultuous term as "boy wonder" mayor and new life as a congressman were set in Cleveland's gritty neighborhoods, it was...
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 20, 2004 – All four of the remaining candidates seeking the Democratic Party nomination for president have agreed to participate in a debate sponsored by CNN and the Los Angeles Times. The debate will be held just a few days...
Poll Analysis: Democratic Candidates Still Fighting For Every Vote in Arizona, South Carolina and Missouriof the Times PollWith just two days remaining until the February 3rd primaries and caucuses – which will be held in Arizona, South Carolina, Missouri, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Delaware and North Dakota – many of the Democratic candidates are crisscrossing these...
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