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Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, at an event in Ohio, outlined his education plan, saying learning was ignored by the Bush administration. "Our kids and our country can't afford four more years of neglect and indifference.
To: NATIONAL EDITORS Contact: Republican National Committee, +1-202-863-8614 While Obama Gives Major Speech On Education, We Take A Look At His Failing Record On Education Policy WASHINGTON, Sept.
The nomination of Illinois Senator Barack Obama for President at the Democratic National Convention in Denver on Aug. 28 had the kind of over-the-top ending you'd expect from a political party sensing a chance to capture the White House with a charismatic, history-making candidate.
To: POLITICAL EDITORS Contact: Democratic National Convention Press Office, +1-720-362- 2006 DENVER, Aug.
By PATRICK MARLEY Eau Claire -- Sen. Barack Obama stressed the importance of making the economy work for the middle class, touted his pick for vice president and painted his opponent as out of touch with regular Americans in a stop in Eau Claire on Sunday.
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama has laid out a space plan that includes $2 billion in new funding for NASA. Sen.
U.S. presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama said Monday that Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf was right to resign. Musharraf, who is an ally of the Bush administration, resigned Monday under the threat of impeachment.
With gasoline peaking at $4 a gallon, electricity prices climbing and heating costs looming, it's not surprising that the presidential hopefuls are scrambling to tout their formulas for driving down the pain of high energy prices.
Despite the current dip in gas prices, energy costs are still high. Americans want relief, and the two major-party candidates for president want to deliver.
By Tom Raum YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Democrat Barack Obama blamed Republican energy policies for some of the nation's economic woes Tuesday as Republican John McCain advocated a large expansion of nuclear power.
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