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The presidential race shows history to be both the deeds and the writing about them.
The Democratic National Committee chairman played down James Johnson's role in Obama's campaign and hit back at the Republicans at Wednesday's Monitor breakfast.
The US-German relationship is perhaps the clearest example of improving ties since the Iraq war began.
He'll no longer head vice-presidential search committee, a casualty of what DNC Chairman Dean had called 'a Republican-planted story.'
Obama sees potential in traditional red states such as Virginia, Colorado, and North Carolina. McCain looks to target blue states including Pennsylvania and Michigan.