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Following is the text of Sen. John McCain's speech on the U.S. economy and housing crisis delivered on March 25 in Santa Ana, Calif.
Following is the text of Sen. Hillary Clinton's economic address delivered Monday, March 24, at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton continued campaigning Wednesday, while John McCain continued his Middle East tour with a stop in Israel. Ray Suarez reports on the state of the campaign.
In an in-depth interview, Sen. Barack Obama weighs in on the current U.S. economic crisis, the war in Iraq, issues of race and gender and his run for the Democratic presidential nomination. Obama also looks ahead to next month's contest…
As a tight primary race continues, the Democratic Party is considering redoing primaries in Michigan and Florida -- states who were stripped of their delegates for holding their primaries too early -- to allow those states' delegates to be seated…
Despite campaign turmoil and unlikely odds last fall, John McCain finished his remarkable comeback Tuesday, winning the last few delegates needed to clinch the GOP nomination. Columnists David Brooks and Ruth Marcus discuss McCain's dramatic campaign path.
Last fall, Sen. John McCain's presidential bid was looking all but dead, with a shrinking, infighting staff and almost no money. On Tuesday, he picked up enough delegates to complete his remarkable comeback and win the GOP nomination.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Sen. Hillary Clinton, her campaign facing a do-or-die test, scored a critical victory in Ohio Tuesday night and fought a close battle in Texas as she sought to cut into Sen. Barack Obama's lead in the race for delegates to…
Just six months after the sun appeared to have set on his presidential aspirations for the second time, Sen. John McCain sealed up the Republican nomination Tuesday night by sweeping contests in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island and Vermont.
With polls showing Democratic presidential candidates Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton running a tight race in Ohio, the debate among Ohioans over which candidate to back in Tuesday's primary is being echoed from the Buckeye State's solidly Democratic labor…
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