Unite the GOP: Roger Clemens for Vice President John McCain seems destined to win the Republican nomination, but he still hasn't completely won over conservatives. To do that, the Arizona senator may need to broaden his search for a running mate beyond the political arena.
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Unite the GOP: Roger Clemens for Vice President

John McCain may need to find a running mate that all Republicans can rally behind... hide caption

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New York Yankees starting pitcher Roger Clemens throws against his former team, the Boston Red Sox, at Yankee Stadium, Sept. 12, 1999.

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Twenty-eight years ago today, Florida's Richard Kelly — the only Republican caught up in the Abscam scandal — resigns from the House GOP Conference. hide caption

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