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By Rupert Cornwell She may have lost the nomination - but she holds her party's fate in her hands. The Democratic convention that opens here today will be the coronation of Barack Obama, choreographed to the last word and smallest gesture. But millions of hands could still wield a fatal dagger.
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By OLLIE TREE BARACK Obama snubbed bitter campaign rival Hillary Clinton yesterday by announcing veteran Democrat Joe Biden as his vice- presidential running mate.
By Dan Balz The Washington Post DENVER -- Sen. Barack Obama moved to deal with two potential weaknesses when he named Sen. Joseph R. Biden Jr. as his vice presidential running mate Saturday.
By Leonard Doyle US Election: The Democrats in Denver Outspoken Biden joins the Democratic ticket Decades after he quit over plagiarism, the Delaware senator will bring bite, foreign policy experience and a compelling life story to a young team.
By Liz Sidoto; Nedra Pickler WASHINGTON -- Barack Obama named Sen. Joe Biden of Delaware as his vice presidential running mate early today, balancing his ticket with a seasoned congressional veteran well-versed in foreign policy and defense issues.
By Rupert Cornwell With Hillary Clinton never seriously in the running, Joe Biden has always been the best option on Barack Obama's vice-presidential shortlist.
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Democratic U.S. presidential hopeful Barack Obama introduced Joe Biden as his running mate Saturday, calling Biden a man of integrity.
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