May 15, 2006 White House senior adviser Karl Rove says that Bush administration policies will be the difference in this year's elections, saying they will help Republicans win. Rove was discussing the policies with conservatives at the American Enterprise Institute.
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May 11, 2006 When Sen. John McCain took on George W. Bush in the 2000 Republican primaries, he also took on many key religious conservatives, such as Jerry Falwell. Now McCain, who is considering another presidential bid, is reaching out to his former foes. The Arizona senator has agreed to give a speech at Falwell's Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va.
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May 4, 2006 Now it's time to say goodbye...
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May 4, 2006 A tour through popular Web sites on opposites sides of the political street.
May 4, 2006 NPR has a new interactive political map to the 2006 midterm elections.
May 4, 2006 In the national-anthem debate, it's George vs. Laura...
May 4, 2006 Is toneage a word? Ask the decider...
May 4, 2006 The controversy over Stephen Colbert's performance at the White House Correspondents Association dinner continues...
May 4, 2006 The morning editorial meeting -- what's on tap for afternoon coverage and future shows.
May 4, 2006 Whose culture of corruption is it, anyway?
May 3, 2006 A congressman with ties to Abramoff easily wins, and so does the Duke rape case prosecutor.
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May 3, 2006 Can NPR be funny?
May 3, 2006 Zacarias Moussaoui is spared the death penalty in a verdict sure to be controversial.
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