The conventional wisdom among political journalists is that California today is much like New York State at the turn of the last century: the most populous stat
President George Bush's approval numbers remain high, almost stratospheric, as the United States pursues military objectives in a war almost halfway around the
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Former Dallas Mayor Ron Kirk and schoolteacher Victor Morales were headed for an April 9 runoff Wednesday in their race for the Democratic Senate nomination in Texas. Kirk, the first black mayor of Dallas, held a thin lead over Morales, the 1996 Democrati
Millionaire businessman Tony Sanchez claimed victory Tuesday night in a bitter battle for the Democratic nomination for Texas governor, but a runoff appeared in the cards for two candidates in the three-way race for the party's Senate nomination.
Ron Kirk, the first black mayor of Dallas, announced Tuesday he will seek the Democratic Senate nomination in Texas.
The unexpected decision of former state Attorney General Dan Morales to run for Texas governor left the state's Democrats in shock Thursday. Morales was expected to run for the U.S. Senate.
Today is Thursday, Dec. 6, the 340th day of 2001 with 25 to follow.
Rep. Ken Bentsen, the nephew of former senator and treasury secretary Lloyd Bentsen, stressed his congressional experience and record Tuesday in his first campa
Rep. Ken Bentsen, the nephew of former senator and treasury secretary Lloyd Bentsen, stressed experience Tuesday in his first campaign stop since announcing as