Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the sport of politics and the politics of sports.
Summing up Thursday in politics: A guy who desperately wanted to be president upstaged another guy who wants the job, two former commanders in chief and the one currently living in the White House.
By Christina Bellantoni
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After Bizarre Day, John Edwards Walks On Six Counts Of Campaign Fraud…
Despite a nearly three-week run by the prosecution, John Edwards' defense attorneys rested after two days without calling the former vice presidential nominee, his mistress or daughter to the stand regarding the campaign finance charges he faces. Judy Woodruff and…
John Edwards Trial Expected to Set Precedents for Campaign-Finance Law…
By Admin and PBS NewsHour
Two men who were once major contenders for their party's nomination announced Wednesday they were leaving the presidential primary race while a former third-party candidate announced he might run again.
By PBS NewsHour
With three days left before South Carolina's Democratic primary, Illinois Sen. Barack Obama is focusing on a big win in the Palmetto State, while New York Sen. Hillary Clinton is making the rounds to Super Tuesday hot spots.
By PBS NewsHour
Illinois Sen. Barack Obama's bid for the Democratic presidential nomination got a boost Wednesday when he picked up the endorsement of the 60,000-member Culinary Workers Union in Nevada, 10 days before that state's caucus.
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