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Run-Up to West Virginia

Strategists predict West Virginia primary will be a win for Clinton�s end

Despite predictions that Sen. Barack Obama will get trounced by Sen. Hillary
Clinton in the West…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Obama, Clinton Both Clinch Victories

Illinois senator holds on to his lead in delegates and popular votes

As predicted in the topsy-turvy race for the Democratic presidential nomination, Sen. Barack Obama and…

By Joyce Jones

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John McCain Stresses His Conservative Bona Fides

Presidential candidate speaks out on government responsibility and the war in Iraq
John McCain, the…

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Barack Obama Reveals His Master Plan

Presidential candidate speaks out on housing, education, and jobs
Barack Obama has emerged as a…

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One-on-One With Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton

Candidate speaks out on the economy and social issues

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential campaign has had its struggles, but the candidate has consistently…

By Joyce Jones

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On the Issues: The Environment

Candidates share their solutions to solving the country’s environmental problems

With even President Bush recently announcing a national goal of stopping the growth of greenhouse…

By Jenny Sherman

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On the Issues: National Security

Experts weigh in about the candidates’ stances on national security

Almost immediately after Sen. John McCain became the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee for president of…

By Joyce Jones

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On The Issues: Experts Speak on the Record

What the front-runners' voting records say about how they may lead

The Economy
John McCain

Voted No to the Bush tax cuts but later voted Yes to extend…

By Joyce Jones

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Will Voters Be Swayed by Pastor's Comments?

Wright controversy pulls focus from top issues in Obama campaign

In the critical days leading up to the Indiana and North Carolina primaries on Tuesday,…

By Joyce Jones

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Barack Obama Reveals His Master Plan

Presidential candidate speaks out on housing, education, and jobs

Barack Obama has emerged as a leading candidate for the president of the United States.…

By Joyce Jones

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On the Issues: Healthcare

Presidential hopefuls propose healthcare reform in varying degrees

The healthcare issues of the 2008 presidential election are as notable for what they highlight…

By Heather Boerner

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On the Issues: The Economy

Presidential candidates spell out plans for reviving the economy

The economy is the top concern for American voters, according to a recent Associated Press/Yahoo…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Atlanta Life Mourns CEO’s Passing

Ronald D. Brown reinvigorated the century-old institution

The black business community lost one of its leaders Tuesday morning. Ronald D. Brown, 55,…

By Alan Hughes

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Clinton Wins Pennsylvania Primary

Obama still ahead in delegate count and popular votes

Following six weeks of vigorous—and often vitriolic—campaigning in Pennsylvania between Sen. Barack Obama and Sen.…

By Joyce Jones

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On The Issues: Obama and McCain on Housing

Leading presidential hopefuls tackle mortgage crisis

Last week, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke uttered the words everyone else has been saying…

By Donald Jay Korn

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Affirmative Action Under Attack

Anti-affirmative action initiatives challenged

Ward Connerly, head of the American Civil Rights Coalition, is spearheading the November ballot initiatives…

By Ann Brown

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Clinton Unveils Housing Plan

New York senator's four-point plan addresses mortgage crisis and home foreclosures

Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has proposed a $30 billion federal fund to buy out troubled…

By Donald Jay Korn

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Who Are Super Delegates

The battle for the Democratic nomination rages on as the profile of these political insiders rises

Many inquiring minds are weighing the influence of “super delegates,” whose votes are given equal…

By Nadirah Z. Sabir

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A Democratic Front-runner: Do the Math

Party still has a fight on their hands in the nomination of a presidential candidate

The 2008 election campaign has been saturated with talk of delegates and superdelegates. With prospects…

By Nadirah Z. Sabir

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Detroit’s Battles

Civic and political leaders react to mayor's indictment

The indictment of Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick is causing a firestorm and mixed reactions from…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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