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ST. PAUL, Minn. – There might be one Hoosier who understands overcoming perceived inexperience better than anyone else. Like Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the recently named running mate of presumptive Republican nominee John McCain, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard had to prove himself, too.
ST. PAUL, Minn. – Democrat-turned-independent Sen. Joe Lieberman called for Republicans and Democrats to come together and put aside politics Tuesday night at the Republican National Convention.
ST. PAUL, Minn. – Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin struck back Wednesday night
after days of being pegged as inexperienced from critics. As Republican
nominee John McCain’s running mate, Palin defended her experience with
new confidence while taking several jabs at Democratic nominee Sen.
ST. PAUL, Minn. – Katelyn Peck, a 20-year-old junior from California State University, stood with about 25 other protesters in a sea of pink. Pink dresses and umbrellas, jeweled crowns, sequined cowboy hats and pink banners formed the group’s attire, while one woman in the lead blew a whistle and ordered the march forward as mobs of media and citizens traipsed around them.
ST. PAUL, Minn. – Sen. John McCain urged Americans to fight with him
Thursday night as he accepted the Republican Party’s nomination for
president of the United States.
When Arizona Sen. John McCain asked them to stand up, leaders of the IU
College Republicans rose to applaud the “straight talk” approach.
ST. PAUL, Minn. – They absolutely love Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. Their
goal is to convince everyone else their party will prevail. But these
Republicans attending the convention this week aren’t older than 50,
and many have their own definition of change.
Meet the young Republicans.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind.- Democratic nominee Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., made a
campaign stop in Terre Haute, Ind., on Saturday afternoon, just two
days after Republicans concluded their convention in St. Paul, Minn.
Iraqi lawmakers end their summer break this week facing urgent tasks of
approving a new election law and signing off on a still-unfinished
security pact with the U.S. – key steps in laying the foundation for a
Canada’s prime minister dissolved Parliament on Sunday and called an early election next month in hopes of strengthening his Conservative minority government’s hold on power.
There are few issues where Democrats and Republicans can agree.
But with Election Day less than two months away, student organizations
on both sides have found common ground: They all want early voting
sites on campus before the Nov. 4 elections.
Nina Totenberg has been with
National Public Radio since 1975. Her coverage of the Supreme Court has brought
her widespread recognition.
"A documentary on the life of
John Lennon, with a focus on the time in his life when he transformed from a
musician into an antiwar activist."
Asif Ali Zardari, the widower of assassinated former Pakistani leader
Benazir Bhutto, began his term as Pakistan’s new president Tuesday by
declaring the war on terrorism a chance for the country to overcome its
A City of Bloomington Election Board meeting regarding the number of
satellite absentee-voting sites was adjourned with no result Tuesday.
Three Monroe County Council democratic candidates addressed voters about environmental issues Wednesday night.
Incumbent Warren Henegar, Geoff McKim and Julie Thomas talked for about
45 minutes about issues such as alternative transportation, Lake Monroe
conservation and creating a green economy at Karst Farm Park.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama on Wednesday accused
Republican John McCain’s campaign of using “lies and phony outrage and
Swift-boat politics” in claiming he used a sexist comment against vice
presidential candidate Sarah Palin.