By Shailagh Murray STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Many of his supporters may be growing impatient,...
By Perry Bacon Jr. HAMMOND, Ind.--Asked about Sen. Barack Obama's remark today that the Democratic...
In a new ad for Sen. Barack Obama, it all depends on the meaning of the words "oil companies."--Howard Kurtz
Sen. John McCain starts the general election campaign--regardless of his opponent--with an ad that focuses on his heroism and his calls to "never surrender."--Alec MacGillis
Mishawaka, Ind. -- Hillary Clinton doesn't sound like a woman who has any intention of leaving the Democratic presidential race. --Perry Bacon Jr.
Sen. Barack Obama has raised twice as much money as Sen. Hillary Clinton from donors who had previously been bankrolling John Edwards' presidential bid, according to a new analysis by CQ MoneyLine of contributions given in February, the first full month after Edwards dropped out of the running.By Matthew Mosk
Sen. Patrick Leahy has gone where no Democratic leader has dared go. It's time, the Vermont senator said, for Hillary Clinton to get out of the presidential race. "She ought to withdraw and she ought to be backing Senator Obama," he told Vermont Public Radio.--Dan Balz
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, in an interview with the The Washington Times that was released today, said she watched Sen. Barack Obama give his speech on racism in America last week, adding, "I think it was important that he gave it for a whole host of reasons."--Glenn Kessler
Senator and son of popular former governor becomes first big-name Pennsylvanian to join Illinois Senator's camp.
While he has discussed his relationship with the former pastor of his church constantly over the last two weeks, it's still unclear what exactly Barack Obama heard as he sat in the pews of Trinity United Church of Christ.--Perry Bacon Jr.
By Jon Cohen Democrats afraid their party will suffer from the extended primary battle point...
Democratic superdelegates watching the competition between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and wondering what to do ought to take a look at the latest NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll. The survey, out Thursday morning, doesn't provide all the answers they're looking for but does raise all the right questions. --Dan Balz
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Hillary Clinton is still imagining that 3 a.m. phone call.--Perry Bacon Jr.
The McCain campaign revisited the economy today, issuing a statement saying that he would not be opposed to all attempts to help struggling homeowners, as long as speculators were not bailed out. --Alec MacGillis and Krissah Williams
Online activists at MoveOn.org, a liberal group that has endorsed Sen. Barack Obama, responded today to a letter top donors to Sen. Hillary Clinton sent to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi yesterday. --Matthew Mosk
The group of 21 Hillary Clinton supporters who wrote to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi yesterday and upbraided her for suggesting that Democratic superdelegates should back the candidate with the most pledged delegates are not just any collection of Democrats.--Matthew Mosk
Can Mitt Romney act as a rainmaker for John McCain in Colorado and Utah?--Alec MacGillis
The decision by Puerto Rican Gov. Anibal Acevedo Vila last month to endorse Sen. Barack Obama seemed like good news at the time -- Puerto Rico represents one of the last contests in the primary process, and Acevedo Vila is one of the territory's seven superdelegates.--Matthew Mosk
Sen. Barack Obama, tackling the fallout from the collapse of the subprime housing market, today outlined major changes in the way the federal government regulates financial institutions and called for a second stimulus package to boost the economy.--Dan Balz
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- The band is playing, the crowd is gathering, the cameras are set up. At any moment, the president of the United States will show up to give a speech on war and peace. And the television guys are debating whether they will even get on the air with the story.--Peter Baker
How conservatives and liberals alike think Obama may be different. --Alec MacGillis
On his first campaign stop since returning from a brief vacation in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Barack Obama likened the presumptive GOP nominee John McCain to George W. Bush. --Perry Bacon
A day after her most pointed remark yet on the campaign trail, Chelsea Clinton will appear at several different fundraising events for her mother in Washington. --Perry Bacon Jr.
Mike Gravel, the septuagenarian former Alaska senator, has announced that he is joining the Libertarian Party and will be competing for its presidential nomination in Denver in late May. --Alec MacGillis
A group of major contributors to the Democratic Party sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi today calling on her to back away from previous comments and reaffirm that superdelegates should be free to back whichever candidate they believe would be the party's best nominee. --Dan Balz
For all the talk about McCain's maverick style and cross-party appeal, his views on two of the biggest issues of the campaign put him sharply at odds with the Democrats. --Dan Balz
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By Anne E. Kornblut Is the Clinton campaign planning to pursue pledged delegates - the ones awarded to Sen. Barack Obama in states that have already voted?
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, speaking for the first time directly about the association between the Rev. Jeremiah Wright and Sen. Barack Obama, said "getting up and moving" would have been the right response to hearing the preacher's fiery sermons. --Anne E. Kornblut
There is understandable concern among Democrats that the longer the battle between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton goes on, and the nastier it gets, the more split the party will be heading into the fall campaign. But news out of Pennsylvania overnight offers contrary evidence, suggesting this contest is good news for the Democrats. Figures from Pennsylvania's Department of State showed that Democrats have now topped 4 million registered voters, the first time either party has crossed that threshold. --Dan Balz
Sen. Barack Obama attempted today to up the ante in his effort to force rival Sen. Hillary Clinton to release her tax returns. --Matthew Mosk and Alec MacGillis
By Chris Cillizza Presumptive GOP nominee John McCain is vastly expanding his campaign media team...
Somehow an election campaign that in theory is centered on the Big Issues of our day, such as war and recession, instead has turned into a sticks-and-stones contest.--Peter Baker
Sen. John McCain plans to declare the nation's economy in "crisis" this morning at a speech aimed at bolstering his image on domestic issues.--Michael D. Shear
Barack Obama picks up support from an unlikely quarter. --Robert Barnes
The drama-filled tit-for-tat continued today between the campaigns of Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton. This time is was the Clinton campaign's turn to demand that an Obama supporter apologize for a comment that Clinton spokesman Phil Singer called the "most personal attack yet" by the Obama campaign. --Krissah Williams
CHULA VISTA, Ca. -- In his first public event since returning from overseas, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) told a friendly crowd of older veterans this afternoon he remained committed to staying in Iraq after observing first-hand how U.S. troops were faring there. --Juliet Eilperin
By Garance Franke-Ruta Barack Obama had the Obama Girl, but now John McCain has a...
The Supreme Court today turned down an appeal from a conservative group that was challenging the way it could promote "Hillary: The Movie," a film that criticizes Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton. --Robert Barnes
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton laid out a plan to stem the growing housing crisis, calling for greater lender transparency and assistance for individual homeowners and communities to prevent more foreclosures. --Anne E. Kornblut
Presidential hopefuls Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) and Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) shake hands after...
By Anne E. Kornblut Sen. Hillary Clinton's campaign continued its pushback Sunday against charges that...