Elizabeth May, the scrappy Green candidate, will make history by appearing in nationally televised debates Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Elizabeth May, the Green candidate, will make history by appearing in a nationally televised debate on Thursday night.
Speaking at the annual Clinton Global Initiative meeting, the former vice president and climate activist called for young people to engage in "civil disobedience." But why not old people, too?
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Gov. Sarah Palin has outsized impact on an important bloc in key battleground states.
Reporters aim to check facts behind candidates’ claims, but effect on voters is unclear.
Bush's orders to send special forces after Taliban militants have roots in previous presidencies.