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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — Add this to the list of ways the President of the United States woos young voters in an election-year: He slow jams the news.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Dick Clark married music and television long before "American Idol." But his legacy extends well beyond the persona of the laid-back host of "American Bandstand" whose influence can still be seen on TV today.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama campaign is running its first Spanish-language television ads aimed at rallying support among Hispanics, an increasingly important voting bloc.
WikiLeaks founder talks Israel, Syria, rockets with Hassan Nasrallah, leader of Hezbollah.
All of us, in the media, in politics and in the voting public, should emulate C-SPAN's Brian Lamb's tone.
The people who argue there is a "culture war" underway may be on to something.
Administration trying to spread message directly to regional media.
Justices are hearing arguments in case that pits the Obama administration against television networks.
Late in the game, Bachmann airs television ad touting principles, "titanium spine."
Ron Paul turns the tables on GOP 2012 rivals critical of his libertarian views.