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Members of the House and Senate will receive briefings today by top U.S. intelligence officials, who are expected to present what they say is video evidence that North Korean researchers or officials provided assistance to Syria for a now destroyed nuclear reactor facility.
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If there was any doubt that the 2008 battle for the White House would set spending records, consider this from a new analysis released this afternoon by the Campaign Finance Institute.
A day after John McCain captured enough delegates to secure the GOP nomination, television ads characterizing him as "McSame as Bush" were scheduled to begin airing in the swing state of Pennsylvania, according to an official with Campaign to Defend America, a liberal advocacy group.
We're getting swamped by letters from Senator Clinton, but one has us wondering if her campaign is dreaming. It says, "The Race Is On!"
While the Democrats fight among themselves over their presidential nomination, strategists for presumptive Republican nominee John McCain are analyzing the electoral map to determine where to put their resources for the remainder of the year.
Hillary Clinton's strategists have come up with a new batch of attack strategies to use against Barack Obama in their battle for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Presidential candidates have spent a lot of money flooding your television sets with advertising during this campaign season. So much that they have already spent $107 million on TV ads as of last Sunday, a new study out of the University of Wisconsin Advertising Project found, and that was before Republican candidate Mitt Romney began his televised assault in some Super Tuesday states and before Barack Obama showcased his message to last night's Super Bowl viewers.
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