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Barack Obama has agreed to be the first sitting US president to appear on Late Show with David Letterman, CBS announced Tuesday.
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi will headline a fundraiser for future U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton aimed at reducing her electoral debt, organizers say. The Manhattan event scheduled for Jan.
As Sen. Clinton Accepts Secretary Of State Position, It Is Worth Noting The Many Disagreements She And Obama Have On Critical Foreign Policy Issues WASHINGTON, Dec.
By Kathy Kiely KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- Barack Obama pulled out all political and technological stops Wednesday, barnstorming across Republican territory, making a late-night appearance at a rally here with former president Bill Clinton, and blanketing the airwaves.
By Fredreka Schouten WASHINGTON -- Democrat Barack Obama, who is on track to spend a record $230 million on television advertising, will punctuate his broadcast strategy Wednesday with prime-time commercials on CBS, NBC and Fox.
Former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld said in a statement Friday that he is supporting Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Barack Obama's White House bid.
By SUE LINDSEY By Sue Lindsey The Associated Press ROANOKE President Bush's response to the nation's financial crisis is helping Barack Obama's presidential campaign, former President Clinton said Sunday.
By Terence Hunt Associated Press ELKO, Nev. -- Worried Democrats want Barack Obama to get tougher and show more passion. Why is he so calm, supporters ask, so close to an election that looks so tight? "Just keep steady," Obama tells the nervous Nellies. "I'm skinny but I'm tough.
Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama, after a private lunch with the former president in New York, said his campaign is putting Bill Clinton to work. Obama spent two hours with Clinton at the ex-president's office in Harlem, The Los Angeles Times reported.
Barack Obama's audience for his acceptance speech likely topped 40 million people, and the Democratic gathering that nominated him was a more popular television event than any other political convention in history.
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