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David Lindsey

Bush's single White House term shaped U.S. history for decades

Dec 01 2018

WASHINGTON - He was president for only four years, but George H.W. Bush shaped U.S. history for decades, taking on tough jobs from Beijing to the CIA, ousting Iraqi forces from Kuwait, sealing a breakthrough budget deal that cost him an election and fathering a future president.

Bush's single White House term shaped U.S. history for decades

Dec 01 2018

WASHINGTON - He was president for only four years, but George H.W. Bush shaped U.S. history for decades, taking on tough jobs from Beijing to the CIA, ousting Iraqi forces from Kuwait, sealing a breakthrough budget deal that cost him an election and fathering a future president.

Democrats call for controls on tax-exempt groups at IRS hearing

May 21 2013

WASHINGTON As they joined Republicans on Tuesday in bashing the Internal Revenue Service for targeting conservative groups that sought tax-exempt status, Senate Democrats had another target: the regulations that require the tax agency to weigh the political activity of such groups.

Gingrich's jab at Rove shows conflicts within Republicans' makeover

Feb 21 2013

WASHINGTON If there is anything more tense than the relations between Republicans and Democrats in Washington, it might be what is happening between two prominent Republicans: strategist Karl Rove and former House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich.

Analysis- Victory puts Obama in position to expand government's reach

Nov 07 2012

WASHINGTON Both sides called it a generation-defining race for the White House: a choice between Democrat Barack Obama's brand of government activism and Republican Mitt Romney's commitment to reducing Washington's role in Americans' daily lives.

Analysis: Victory puts Obama in position to expand government's reach

Nov 07 2012

WASHINGTON Both sides called it a generation-defining race for the White House: a choice between Democrat Barack Obama's brand of government activism and Republican Mitt Romney's commitment to reducing Washington's role in Americans' daily lives.

Analysis - Things we learned at the Democratic convention

Sep 07 2012

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina In the two years since President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act, he and his fellow Democrats have largely struggled to articulate the merits of the complex law.

Analysis: Things we learned at the Democratic convention

Sep 07 2012

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina In the two years since President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act, he and his fellow Democrats have largely struggled to articulate the merits of the complex law.

ANALYSIS: Things we've learned at the Republican convention

Aug 30 2012

TAMPA, Florida Mitt Romney's campaign choreographed the Republican National Convention to sell voters on three ideas: that the party is unified behind Romney; that he is a qualified presidential candidate who's warmer than he seems, and that his running mate, Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan, is ready to be one step from the presidency.

Analysis: Things we've learned at the Republican convention

Aug 30 2012

TAMPA, Florida Mitt Romney's campaign choreographed the Republican National Convention to sell voters on three ideas: that the party is unified behind Romney; that he is a qualified presidential candidate who's warmer than he seems, and that his running mate, Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan, is ready to be one step from the presidency.

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