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By DAVID S. BRODER ST. PAUL, Minn. - This one was really different. John McCain has flummoxed the leaders of his Republican Party and most of the media by picking Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate.
Republican U.S. vice presidential pick Sarah Palin says Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama likely regrets not making Hillary Clinton his running mate. "I think he's regretting not picking her now, I do," Palin told ABC News in interviews this week.
By David Usborne THE CAMPAIGN team behind Barack Obama has been regrouping after 10 days of media fascination with Republican vice-presidential pick Sarah Palin, dispatching Hillary Clinton into Florida and advertising a lunch summit this week between their candidate and Bill Clinton.
By Susan Estrich MY FIRST reaction to the choice of Sarah Palin was that she is no Hillary Clinton. I give her credit for her drive and determination, her willingness to take on special interests and her sheer guts in challenging the Republican establishment of her state.
By DeWayne Wickham Just when it seemed Hillary Clinton had been pushed to the back bench of the presidential campaign, she's being asked to step up her appearances on behalf of Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama.
By Adam Nagourney Brian Knowlton, Kitty Bennett, John M. Broder and Janet Elder contributed reporting.
By Dusty Saunders Cable and public television again was the place to be Tuesday night for political junkies.
Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois completed an improbable and historic journey here Wednesday when he was nominated by acclamation as the Democratic candidate for president, becoming the first African American to lead a major political party into a general-election campaign.
By David Usborne THE MESSAGE from Hillary Clinton to supporters in Denver was as neon as the tangerine pantsuit she wore to the ball.
By Dan Abendschein At the Democratic National Convention in Denver on Wednesday, local delegates say divisions aren't severe enough to stop the party getting behind the nomination of Sen. Barack Obama for president.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.