ABERDEEN, S.D. -- In an evening news conference here, Sen. Barack Obama said he welcomed the Democratic Party's resolution to the Michigan and Florida problem. --Keith B. Richburg
The Rules and Bylaws Committee approved a motion that would seat Michigan's disputed delegates based on a complicated allocation formula. --Chris Cillizza
All Florida delegates will be seated, but they will get only half a vote each. --Chris Cillizza
Sen. Barack Obama continued his war of words with Sen. John McCain over the Iraq war during his swing through South Dakota today. --Keith Richburg
Sen. Barack Obama and his wife Michelle have resigned their membership from Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago. --Keith Richburg
Barack Obama joins the press on a late night visit to Mount Rushmore. --Keith Richburg
By Garance Franke-Ruta As reports trickle in of a likely deal at today's Democratic National...
Democratic Party members rally outside the site of the Democratic National Committee's Rules and Bylaws Committee meeting.
Howard Dean makes a plea for party unity in resolving the fate of Michigan and Florida votes. --Dan Balz
The Democratic National Committee Rules & Bylaws committee holds a meeting on the fates of votes cast in Florida and Michigan.
Updated 6:01 p.m. By Michael D. Shear It didn't take long for Democrats to...
It wasn't long ago that the Rev. Michael L. Pfleger of Chicago was preaching the virtues of racial harmony and the need for society to address racism in a direct manner. --Ed O'Keefe
Chicago's cardinal asks Rev. Michael Pfleger to stop talking about the presidential campaign. --Derek Kravitz
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., speaks at a news conference Friday, May 30, 2008, in Milwaukee....
John McCain misstates the number of troops in Iraq. --Michael D. Shear
Musician Christina Aguilera and her son will appear in a Rock the Vote ad. --Krissah Williams
Rupert Murdoch has some kind words for Barack Obama.
Sen. Barack Obama apologized for the racially charged remarks of Father Michael Pfleger at Trinity United Church of Christ, in which Pfleger mocked Sen. Hillary Clinton. --Krissah Williams
His aides also say he does not have a cold, and is canceling his events tomorrow for other reasons. --Juliet Eilperin
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi predict an end to the Democratic nominating contest by the end of next week, if not sooner. --Paul Kane
Hillary Clinton campaigned in South Dakota. --Perry Bacon Jr.
As has been the case all week, Bush has been fundraising in secret: Today's event is the fifth the White House has closed to the press, in keeping with its long-standing policy regarding fundraisers in private homes. --Michael Abramowitz
CHICAGO -- The Michigan delegation to the Democratic National Convention deserves to be seated with full voting rights, state party leaders said in a letter Thursday to the Democratic rules committee, which meets Saturday to decide the fate of disputed delegates from Michigan and Florida. --Peter Slevin
Why should this book be required reading in the Chicago and Crystal City headquarters of the Obama and McCain campaigns? The simple reason is that many of the people now staffing the two candidates share the same qualities and traits of a younger McClellan, caught up in the excitement of a great cause (to elect their candidate president) and not fully knowing what will await them if they end up in the next White House as aides to the 44th president of the United States. --Dan Balz
Obama's physician of 21 years describes him as lean, muscular, and in overall "excellent health." --Shailagh Murray
McCain said he did not support the bill sponsored by two of his closest allies, Sens. Joseph I. Lieberman (I-Conn.) and John Warner (R-Va.), because it doesn't offer enough aid to the nuclear industry, and he would not come to the floor to vote on it. --Juliet Eilperin
Former White House press secretary Scott McClellan defended his tell-all memoir, "What Happened," on working inside the Bush White House on NBC's "Today" show this morning.
Sen. Barack Obama told reporters on his press plane last night that soon after Tuesday, the Democrats will have their nominee. --Shailagh Murray
THORNTON, Colo. -- In his prepared speech on education, Barack Obama included a great deal to answer the charge that his campaign is long on soaring rhetoric and short on the earthbound specifics required to actually govern. --Karl Vick
The co-director of Barack Obama's presidential campaign in Puerto Rico is a Washington-based federal lobbyist for the government of Puerto Rico.
Obama campaigns in Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada. --Karl Vick
John McCain answers questions at a town hall in Reno. --Juliet Eilperin
For the first time in decades, more California voters approve rather than disapprove of allowing same sex couples the right to marry, according to Field Poll results released Wednesday. --Ashley Surdin
A judge tosses out a Florida political consultant's suit and says the DNC has the right to determine its own primary practices. --Krissah Williams
Clinton supporters plan to put heat on panel over Florida and Michigan delegates. --Garance Franke-Ruta
A new book by Princeton professor Larry M. Bartels says income disparities between rich and poor Americans widen when Republicans hold the White House, and shrink slightly when there is a Democrat in the Oval Office.--Dan Balz
Selected passages from Scott McClellan's just-released book about his time in the Bush White House.
Karl Rove said Scott McClellan's tell-all book made him sound like a liberal blogger and the White House described him as "disgruntled." --Michael D. Shear and Michael Abramowitz
In an unusual joint statement, the three major presidential candidates warned the government of Sudan that they are united in demanding a halt to the violence and genocide in Darfur. --Michael Abramowitz
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Republican strategists and conservatives bloggers pounce on Obama's statement that his uncle helped liberate Auschwitz.--Jonathan Weisman
Sen. John McCain today called for negotiating a new arms control agreement with Russia that would further reduce nuclear weapons, staking out a position on nonproliferation that was somewhat at odds with the policies of the Bush administration. --Glenn Kessler
Sen. John McCain broke today with President Bush's new policy on North Korea. --Glenn Kessler
Sen. Barack Obama spoke for most of an hour about doing right by America's veterans.
Speaking at a Memorial Day ceremony in New Mexico, Sen. John McCain asserted that the G.I. Bill sponsored by Virginia Sen. James Webb will drive soldiers out of the armed services. --Michael D. Shear
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton has had a complicated relationship to the Internet and, in comparison to her chief rival, a consistently losing Web presence. --Jose Antonio Vargas
By Juliet Eilperin and Michael D. Shear As Sen. John McCain and his top aides...
By Alec MacGillis MIDDLETOWN, Conn. -- There were hundreds of diplomas handed out Sunday at...
By Zachary A. Goldfarb Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign accused Sen. Barack Obama's campaign of...
Sen. Hillary Clinton, addressing furor over her RFK remarks, fails to mention the widespread worry over Sen. Barack Obama's safety. --Anne E. Kornblut