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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.
Barack Obama resumed his Democratic U.S. presidential campaign Saturday, pounding his Republican opponent, John McCain, as a clone of President George W. Bush.
U.S. Republican presidential candidate John McCain Wednesday took his campaign to New Hampshire, playing the familiar role of the underdog. "New Hampshire, I know I can count on you again to come from behind," said Sen.
By Adam Nagourney and Elisabeth Bumiller Republican leaders across the country said over the weekend that they were worried that Senator John McCain was headed for defeat unless he brought stability to his presidential candidacy and settled on a clear message to counter Senator Barack Obama.
U.S. Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain is set to appear on "Late Show with David Letterman," CBS said Sunday. The network said McCain has agreed to be a guest on Thursday's edition of the show. This will mark his first appearance on "Late Show" since he canceled his Sept.
By Adam Nagourney Senators John McCain and Barack Obama debated for 90 minutes before a nation in economic crisis, each promising anxious Americans that he had the better plan and vision to lead the country through what both men said was the most dire domestic situation since the Great Depression.
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By NEDRA PICKLER By Nedra Pickler and Sara Kugler The Associated Press ABINGTON, Pa.
By Charles Babington; Andrew Taylor WASHINGTON - In a bold bid to revive President Bush's multibillion-dollar financial rescue plan, Senate leaders scheduled a vote for tonight on a version of the bill that adds substantial tax cuts meant to appeal to Republicans when it reaches the House.
By Patrick Healy It was classic John McCain and classic Barack Obama who grappled with the $700 billion bailout plan over the past week: McCain was by turns action-oriented and impulsive as he dive-bombed targets, while Obama was measured and cerebral and inclined to work the phones behind the scenes.