Barack Obama says he takes Hillary Clinton's word that she meant no harm.
On visit to Puerto Rico, candidate leads his supporters on traditional "caminata" in advance of June 1 primary.
Barack Obama gets confused about whether he is in Sunshine or Sunrise, Fla. --Alec MacGillis
John McCain's 2000 cancer surgeon sought to address what he delicately described as "what appear to be numerous questions about the prominence of the Senator's left jaw." --Garance Franke-Ruta
Sen. John McCain's wife earned about $6 million in income in 2006 and paid taxes of about $1.7 million. --Michael D. Shear
In interview with South Dakota paper, she says efforts to force her from the race make "no sense" because of uncertainties of politics. --Anne E. Kornblut
A video supplement to the story in today's Post.
President Bush is finally hitting the campaign trail for presumptive GOP presidential nominee John McCain. --Michael Abramowitz
Sen. Barack Obama outlined a comprehensive Latin America policy aimed at bolstering diplomacy, security and investment in the region. --Shailagh Murray
The upcoming meeting of the Democratic National Committee's Rules and Bylaws Committee over what to do about Michigan and Florida offers Barack Obama a unique opportunity. The question is whether he will seize it.
Presumptive presidential nominee John McCain released his medical records today.
"I have the knowledge, the background and the judgment to lead this nation. My opponent does not," John McCain said of Barack Obama. --Juliet Eilperin
Barack Obama, under questioning at a synagogue, catalogs some of his Jewish friends. --Shailagh Murray
Sen. Edward Kennedy made his first public comments following his release from the hospital after being diagnosed with brain cancer. He spoke to reporters before going sailing with his wife, Victoria. (AP)
John McCain renounces controversial Christian pastor John Hagee after learning that Hagee had said Nazism constituted an expression of God's will.--Juliet Eilperin and Michelle Boorstein
Senator endorses more visas for high-tech workers during visit to California. --Juliet Eilperin
Sen. Barack Obama will deliver the commencement address Sunday at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, filling in for his ailing friend Ted Kennedy. --Shailagh Murray
Democratic presidential hopeful, Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) waves upon his arrival on Capitol Hill in...
The Senate Committee on Rules and Administration this morning approved the nomination of three new members to the Federal Election Commission.
"Being speaker of the House is the best job in the world. Why would I want to be number two?" says Pelosi. --Ben Pershing
The staggering cost of the 2008 presidential campaign has left behind a trail of candidates who are shouldering massive debts. --Matthew Mosk
John McCain and his wife, Cindy, are entertaining a group of prominent Republicans -- including Governors Charlie Crist (Fla.) and Bobby Jindal (La.) and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney -- for social, rather than political, reasons, aides say. --Jeffrey H. Birnbaum and Juliet Eilperin
The president of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees is continuing to questions doubts about Barack Obama's electability. --Dan Balz
Clinton's campaign says she's prepared to go all the way to the convention if there's no nominee decided before then. --Perry Bacon Jr.
National Journal's Linda Douglass signs up to be a spokesperson for Barack Obama. --Howard Kurtz
The Connecticut independent's latest attack on Barack Obama has some Democrats wondering how long their party's uncomfortable alignment with him will last. --Shailagh Murray
Hillary Clinton is campaigning in areas where Democrats felt their votes were not counted fairly then and demanding that this year's results of primaries both in the Sunshine State and Michigan be counted, even though they violated Democratic Party rules. --Perry Bacon Jr.
Spending the day in vote-rich central Florida, Obama credited Clinton as a worthy opponent who had blazed a trail for female candidates, but his focus was all McCain. --Shailagh Murray
If Tuesday's primary night speeches were any indication, it would take a monumental blunder on the part of Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton for the Democratic primary nominating contest now to end badly.
A YouTube video makes the rounds. --Garance Franke-Ruta
The largest representative of coal miners in the world endorses Illinois senator. --Garance Franke-Ruta
And Clinton romps in Kentucky. --Chris Cillizza
DES MOINES -- Sen. Barack Obama returned here Tuesday night to give full credit to Iowa for the dividends he has reaped from his improbable win in the Jan. 3 caucuses. --Shailagh Murray
Not waiting for the results from Oregon to come in, Sen. Barack Obama sent supporters a thank-you letter celebrating winning a majority of pledged delegates in the Democratic primary contest and setting course for "the epic challenge ahead." --Garance Franke-Ruta
Sen. John McCain may be blasting Sen. Barack Obama now for his willingness to meet with Iran's leaders, but Sen. Chuck Hagel -- a close friend of McCain's -- suggested tonight that McCain's rhetoric stems from presidential politics, not conviction. --Glenn Kessler
HRC, post-Kentucky victory.
Bill Clinton touts his wife's electability. --Perry Bacon Jr.
Obama and Clinton continued to raise vast sums. --Garance Franke-Ruta and Perry Bacon Jr.
The Four Corners Power Plant near Fruitland, N.M., is seen on March 10, 2008. Four...
LOUISVILLE -- As the networks declared Hillary Clinton the winner of Kentucky by a wide margin, her campaign chairman said the meaning of the vote was clear: "Let's wait till the end of this process." --Perry Bacon Jr.
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.) claimed an easy and expected victory tonight in Kentucky's Democratic presidential primary, while voters continued to cast ballots in Oregon where Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) was leading in the polls.
In an interview with reporters aboard his campaign bus today, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) again harshly criticized Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) for his approach to handling hostile leaders. --Juliet Eilperin
Graphic portrayals of voter habits in Kentucky and Oregon.
Sen. Kennedy has a malignant brain tumor, the AP reports.
Former president Bill Clinton takes questions as his wife's staff tries to shut down an impromptu news conference. --Perry Bacon Jr.
Mark McKinnon, the lead media consultant for Sen. John McCain's (Ariz.) presidential bid, is stepping down from that role -- making good on a pledge he made last year not to work against Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) in the fall campaign. --Chris Cillizza
A 2006 video clip of former secretary of state James A. Baker is making the rounds of the Internet. On it, he says talking to enemies is not appeasement. --Glenn Kessler
MIAMI -- Using a Cuban folklorico band as a warm-up act, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) highlighted his opposition to the Cuban government this morning and questioned Sen. Barack Obama's (D-Ill.) willingness to talk to its current president, Raul Castro. --Juliet Eilperin
Iowa Democratic Party chair to endorse Obama.
Barack Obama tells the story of the debate over the gas tax as if it were just a debate between himself and John McCain and did not also include Hillary Clinton. --Matthew Mosk
Sen. Barack Obama became the first American presidential candidate to visit the reservation of the Crow Nation and in doing so was adopted into the nation under the Crow name "One Who Helps People Throughout the Land." --Matthew Mosk
Hillary Rodham Clinton will campaign in South Florida on Wednesday, her aides announced. --Perry Bacon Jr.
As the Democratic nominating contest winds down, Barack Obama plans to return to Iowa and Hillary Clinton seemingly declares a ceasefire so long as Obama doesn't move to push her out of the race. --Dan Balz
Oregon holds the nation's only 100 percent mail-in primary vote. --Alec MacGillis
Hillary Clinton says Barack Obama hasn't won the race yet. --Perry Bacon Jr.
In the escalating war of words between Barack Obama and John McCain, Obama skewers McCain for his campaign's ties to lobbyists. --Matthew Mosk
John McCain criticized his likely Democratic opponent on Monday for being willing to talk with Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, calling Barack Obama reckless and inexperienced. --Peter Slevin
Australians seem as taken with the Democratic presidential nominating contest as their American counterparts. --Joel Achenbach
By Jose Antonio Vargas Everything moves so fast in the world of online politics --...
Portland Fire & Rescue battalion chief Duane Bray gives a crowd estimate of 75,000. --Matthew Mosk
Sen. Barack Obama explained today why he will spend election night on Tuesday in Iowa, a state whose caucuses took place in January, and in doing so continued to flirt with a declaration of victory in the presidential nominating process. --Matthew Mosk
Hillary Clinton, who leads overwhelmingly in Kentucky polls, is looking for a strong finish in the state. --Perry Bacon Jr.
Tom Loeffler becomes the fifth person to resign from John McCain's campaign because of lobbying ties. --Michael D. Shear
GRESHAM, Ore. -- Sen. Barack Obama came to a senior citizens center here to discuss the squeeze faced by middle-class retirees and reiterate his longstanding proposal to eliminate income taxes for any senior making less than $50,000 per year. --Matthew Mosk
Confident of winning the Democratic presidential nomination, Barack Obama tells supporters to be generous with those who supported his opponent. --Matthew Mosk
Sen. John McCain mocked his age by declaring he has the "oldness" to be president and urged Democrats to continue fighting over the nomination even beyond their convention, as he made his second appearance on Saturday Night Live. --Michael D. Shear