The latest news on Clinton, Hillary
A new USA Today/Gallup poll shows Barack Obama opening up a double-digit lead over Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire Democratic primary. Obama was the pick of 41 percent of voters surveyed while Clinton was named by 28 percent and John Edwards by 19 percent. In the GOP poll, John McCain led Mitt Romney by four points.
Iowa results reflect a nation tired after 20 years with those two names on the ballot.
Gearing up for tonight's Iowa caucuses, the leading presidential candidates of both parties spent yesterday exhorting Iowans to brave the cold weather and go to the polls. In the Democratic race, all three candidates gave closing speeches delivering various takes on the same theme: It's too close to call. "I feel good, but it depends on who comes out, who decides to actually put on their coats, warm up their cars, and go to the caucuses," Hillary Clinton told supporters.
Hillary Clinton and hubby weren't the first to invoke aliens for universal peace—Reagan started it.
For someone who considers Bush fiscally irresponsible, Clinton sure likes his signature legislation.
A new USA Today/Gallup Poll out today shows Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in a statistical tie in New Hampshire. Both candidates were the picks of 32 percent of voters surveyed; John Edwards came in a distant third, at 18 percent. On the Republican side, John McCain is slowly chipping away at Mitt Romney's lead: Romney now leads McCain by only 7 points, 34 to 27 percent.
Hillary Clinton's spousal surrogate is now her honorary hatchet man.
Washington wants us to keep our eyes on the skies.
Republican strategists are taking Barack Obama more seriously in the wake of his impressive performance at yesterday's Democratic presidential debate in Iowa and amid his surge in support among prospective caucusgoers there.
Obama-Clinton flap on drug use is much ado about nothing.