After months of voting, the history-making nominating battle between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama is reaching its long-awaited conclusion. A panel of political reporters, analysts and historians looks back on the race and what it may mean for the general…
Neither Sen. Hillary Clinton nor Sen. Barack Obama held public appearances Tuesday, the last day of primaries, shifting the electoral focus to uncommitted super delegates on Capitol Hill.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has campaigned hard in West Virginia in anticipation of that state's Tuesday primary, while front-runner Barack Obama has shifted focus to the larger Kentucky and Oregon contests.
This week, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama delivered a high-profile speech on race in America and the Iraq war reached the five-year mark and U.S. economic anxieties continued to mount. Analysts David Brooks and Mark Shields reflect on the…
Sen. Hillary Clinton's comeback to win primaries Tuesday night in Ohio and Texas continues the Democratic Party's division between her backers and those of Sen. Barack Obama. Pennsylvania's primary might bring some resolution, but it is seven weeks away.
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