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Republicans Santorum, Romney tied in tight Iowa race
Republicans Santorum, Romney tied in tight Iowa race
Republican presidential contenders Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney are effectively tied in the party's first nominating contest in Iowa , establishing Romney as the party's most likely challenger to Democratic President Barack Obama....
On the campaign trail with Barack Obama
On the campaign trail with Barack Obama
Rick Wilkie, one of hundreds of volunteers canvassing for Barack Obama, recalls JFK's inauguration speech with reverence. Wilkie, now 67, tramped...
Security guard fired for seeing ghosts
Security guard fired for seeing ghosts
A judge has ruled that a former security guard who was fired for seeing ghosts cannot be denied unemployment benefits.
Second-richest lottery in US history won
Second-richest lottery in US history won
A ticket sold in Oregon, United States, has matched all six numbers drawn in the Powerball lottery game to win the $340-million jackpot.
Obama, Huckabee win first 2008 US vote
Obama, Huckabee win first 2008 US vote
Barack Obama took a big step on Thursday towards becoming the first black United States president as his campaign for change caught fire in Iowa...
White House rivals hit finishing tape in Iowa
White House rivals hit finishing tape in Iowa
Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and other White House hopefuls beseeched Iowans to vote to change America as they sought to land an early blow in...
Battle of Iowa rages as McCain rises
Battle of Iowa rages as McCain rises
White House foes chased last undecided voters ahead of Thursday's dead-heat first nominating clashes in Iowa, as comeback Republican John McCain...
Obama widens gap over Clinton in Iowa, poll shows
Obama widens gap over Clinton in Iowa, poll shows
Barack Obama stretched his lead over Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in Iowa to seven points, in a new poll late on Monday, two days before the...
Obama hammers Clinton as polls show tight race
Obama hammers Clinton as polls show tight race
Barack Obama rejected rival Hillary Clinton's vow to forge change on Thursday, as polls showed a tight Democratic White House race in Iowa, a week...
Rwanda hopes to build nation on science and technology
Rwanda hopes to build nation on science and technology
The Rwandan government is working to transform its blood-soaked image from the genocide of 1994 into that of an educated and productive leader in...

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