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October 1, 2008

Voting from their desks in historic fashion the Senate passed the bailout bill 74-25. The margin is as important as the outcome. Perhaps a day of...

Jen, the ethical thing for Gwen Ifill to do tomorrow night is to open the debate by acknowledging that she is writing a book about...

Right now Barack Obama is droning on in the Senate, imploring his colleagues on the importance of acting with unity and purpose in approving the...

When the ticket of your party is behind everyone feels empowered to heckle. Mike Murphy who never got the nod to come on the McCain...

That will be the name of a course one day in "J" school as professors discuss the implications of acting as moderator in a key...

George Lesser spoke to "a veteran NATO official with the closest possible ties to the United States," about European attitudes toward America and this is...

"This financial crisis is a direct result of the greed and irresponsibility that has dominated Washington and Wall Street for years," said Barack Obama yesterday. ...

Here's a scenario for the down-in-the-dumps Republicans. The Senate passes a version of the bailout with the FDIC limits raised and tax cuts to boot....

Michael Gerson covers the waterfront in assigning blame for the defeat of the original bailout package. Of the Democrats: There can now be little doubt that...

Jen, Sarah Palin's latest Katie Couric interview shows more than promise, I think. It's an impressive display of an informed and nuanced mind: She wouldn't...

Sarah Palin's latest Katie Couric interview and certainly the Hugh Hewitt interview from Tuesday show some improvement over her prior outings. She is more confident...

This Harris poll, reported on by Market Watch, captures the muddle of the American electorate at this point in time: It finds that John McCain has...