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By Gene Johnson Associated Press ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Gov. Sarah Palin is unlikely to speak with an independent counsel hired by Alaska lawmakers to review the firing of her public safety commissioner, a spokesman for Republican presidential candidate John McCain said Monday.
By Gene Johnson Associated Press ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- The abuse-of-power investigation against Sarah Palin, Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate, took a potentially ominous turn for her party on Friday when state lawmakers voted to subpoena her husband.
A legislative committee in Alaska has voted to authorize subpoenas in an investigation into Gov. Sarah Palin's firing of the state public safety commissioner.
Investigators plan to issue subpoenas in a probe of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's firing of the state public safety commissioner, officials said Friday. State Sen.
By Rachel D'Oro ANCHORAGE, Alaska - He's known as a doting, blue-collar husband who stands on the sidelines as his wife blazes a historic trail in politics. But Todd Mitchell Palin can claim accomplishments beyond his marriage to Alaska Gov.
ST. PAUL. Minn. - Did John McCain's campaign thoroughly check out Sarah Palin's background? Republicans and Democrats have privately questioned that since McCain announced her selection on Friday.
ST. PAUL, Minn. - John McCain's running mate, Sarah Palin, said Monday her 17-year-old unmarried daughter is five months pregnant.
By LIZ SIDOTI By Liz Sidoti The Associated Press ST. PAUL, Minn. In a day of stunning disclosures, John McCain's running mate, Alaska Gov.
An Alaskan law firm confirms it is representing Gov. Sarah Palin in a probe into the firing of the state's top public safety official. Walt Monegan was fired in July as Public Safety Commissioner.
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