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The SwampSen. Jesse Helms high-fives Johnathan Prevette, 6, of Lexington, N.C., during pre-race activities at Charlotte Motor Speedway near Concord, N.C., October 1996. (AP Photo/Nell Redmond, file) by Frank James Jesse Helms, a conservative stalwart who for...
The Swampby Frank James 11:20 PM -- It's difficult to tell how Michelle Obama's speech played out in flyover country. She obviously has a great personal story, this South Side Chicago girl. But is it enough to overcome her earlier controversial......
The Swampby Frank James 11:19 PM -- The Biden clan lasted on the stage longer than Obama did. He left the stage to let the Bidens have their moment. If the night was about getting some momentum going into the last......
The Swampby Mark Silva The meaning of Rahm Emanuel's first name, as he explained to a white-tie crowd of Washingtonians with tongue planted firmly in cheek not long ago: "Go Screw Yourself.'' This, of course, was Emanuel's way of acknowledging in......
Tags: Illinois, Defense, Alabama, Barack Obama, Executive Branch
The Swampby Mark Silva What an international dance is taking place today: Around the perimeters of a global Summit on Financial Markets and the World Economy which President Bush has convened on a rainy day in the nation's capital, the leaders......
Tags: G8, Dmitry Medvedev, Government, Barack Obama, Executive Branch
The Swampby Frank James New York Times columnist Tom Friedman, raises an important question about the possibility that President-elect Barack Obama could name Sen. Hillary Clinton as his secretary of state. Friedman questions whether the relationship between Obama...
The Swampby Frank James President Barack Obama on Wednesday signed an executive order creating a White House Council for Women and Girls to focus the federal government's efforts on advancing the interests of a group that has long done less well......
Words & Ideas TODAY Michael Connelly The author will read and sign his latest book, "The Brass Verdict." Mysteries to Die For, 2940 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks. 1 p.m. Free. (805) 374-0084. Omarosa The reality television personality will...
Tags: Fiction, Colorado, Education, Government, Vermont
On inauguration day, a new U.S. president is a demigod, the embodiment of aspirations as vast as they are varied. Over the course of the years that follow, the president inevitably fails to fulfill those lofty hopes. So the cycle begins anew, and...
Tags: Defense, Iraq, Iran, Terrorism, World War II (1939-1945)
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe big news Tuesday was not merely that Hillary Rodham Clinton scored an unexpected comeback victory. Emerging from that win was something more durable: a road map that could guide the former first lady to the Democratic presidential nomination. The...
Tags: Illinois, Iowa, Barack Obama, Primaries, Democratic Party
Washington BureauBarack Obama's presidential bid may have a well-cultivated insurgent feel, as the candidate both benefits and suffers politically from a relatively thin record of experience in Washington. But the swelling team of policy advisers who have joined his...
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