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U.S. singer/songwriter Jackson Browne says he has resolved his lawsuit against the Republican National Committee and Sen. John McCain.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Singer/songwriter Jackson Browne has resolved his lawsuit against the Ohio Republican Party ("ORP"), the Republican National Committee ("RNC") and Senator John McCain.
More individuals gave more money to candidates for federal office, national and state party committees, and political action committees or other interest groups in 2007óˆ´ than in any previous election.
PETALUMA, Calif., Feb.
Sen. John McCain has agreed to be a guest on Late Show with David Letterman for the first time since his failed bid for the U.S.
The First 100 Days: Women Weigh in on the Issues They Want President-Elect Obama and the New Congress to Address; the Economy Trumps All Vast Majority of Women Say Gender Shouldn't Matter in Cabinet Selections; but Women Approve of Clinton for Secretary of State Next Vice President or the Next Top Model: Women Say Media Paid Too Much Attention to Palin and Clinton's Wardrobes and Not Enough to Their Policies Despite Observing Unequal and Unfair Treatment of Women Candidates, Women Say...
Following is U.S. President George Bush's statement on the presidential election delivered Wednesday at the White House. Good morning. Last night, I had a warm conversation with President-elect Barack Obama. I congratulated him and Senator Biden on their impressive victory.
By David Jackson and Kevin Johnson PHOENIX -- In the shadow of desert mountains, Republican John McCain warmly congratulated President-elect Barack Obama late Tuesday and urged the nation to rally around its new president.
On the eve of Election Day, Republican John McCain was at times defiant, pleading and humorous as he made a final seven-state campaign swing looking for votes.
By Jill Lawrence Democrat Barack Obama said months ago that he intended to compete hard in states that Democratic presidential nominees haven't won in decades.
- Stoppage; cessation (of labor).
- A standing still or idling (of mills, factories, etc.).