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Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain hit the campaign trail yesterday to discuss their views on economic policy and Iraq. Kwame Holman reports on the state of the campaign.
Presumptive presidential candidates Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain offered contrasting approaches to mend a sluggish economy this week, with Obama emphasizing an active government role in providing assistance and McCain calling for lower taxes and spending cuts.
Sen. Hillary Clinton suspended her run for president Saturday, ending the most successful campaign by a female presidential candidate for a major political party in U.S. history.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
With the nomination in Sen. Barack Obama's hands and Sen. Hillary Clinton planning her formal exit from the race, Democratic leaders are eyeing the general election. A panel of lawmakers and analysts discuss how to bring the party together after…
Fueled by a mix of delegates won in the last two states and a score of super delegate announcements, Sen. Barack Obama claimed the mantle of presumptive presidential nominee of the Democratic Party.
Following a daylong and bruising meeting of the Democratic National Committee rules panel, the party reinstated half of the delegate votes to Florida and Michigan, a decision that dealt a major blow to the presidential hopes of Sen. Hillary Clinton.
The presidential candidates celebrated Memorial Day by praising veterans and focusing on their concerns, while President Bush spoke to military families at Arlington National Cemetery.
Sen. Barack Obama travels through Florida and Sen. John McCain is given a clean bill of health and releases his medical records. Kwame Holman reports on recent developments on the presidential campaign trail.
Following Tuesday's Democratic nominating contests in Oregon and Kentucky, Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton headed for Florida, a key general election state embroiled in a dispture over its renegade primary.
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