Senator Joseph Biden speaking before a group of students and faculty at Millersville University.
Senator Joseph Biden D-Delaware (L), candidate for President of the United States, jokes with students 9/4/1987 prior to speaking before a group of students and faculty at Millersville University. The speach was sponsored by the university's Center for Politcal and Public Affairs. Looking on at right is G. Terry Madonna, director of the center.
Mitt Romney went a long way toward wiping out any lingering doubts he will be the Republican U.S. presidential nominee Tuesday with a five-state primary sweep.
The decision by Rick Santorum to suspend his bid to be the Republican presidential nominee took some wind out of the sails of Pennsylvania, one of five states conducting a primary Tuesday.
U.S. Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., is in a tight re-election race in southwestern Pennsylvania district after making controversial comments, observers say.
Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader may be on the Pennsylvania ballot, but he is not expected to have an influence on the race there, observers say.
A poll in the U.S. presidential battleground state of Pennsylvania indicates a slim, five-point lead for likely Democratic nominee Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill.
Sen. Barack Obama is six points behind Democratic rival Sen. Hillary Clinton among likely Pennsylvania voters, a Daily News/Franklin & Marshall Poll indicates.
Republicans opposed to U.S. President George Bush's war policy say they're finding a candidate they can endorse in Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill.
Presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and John McCain are leading in new polls in Pennsylvania.
U.S. support for the war in Iraq and feelings of national security have reached record lows in a USA Today/CNN/Gallup Poll published Tuesday.
Pennsylvania Democrat State Treasurer Bob Casey, Jr., may take on Republican U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum in 2006, the Harrisburg (Pa.) Patriot-News said Tuesday.
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