Obama won big in Oregon. In Kentucky, Clinton won a lot bigger. But Obama's still the likely Democratic nominee. We look forward to the November election. Are the states as evenly divided as they were in 2000 and 2004? Which Red or Blue states look Purple—and why? What about race and gender? Is the vice-presidential nominee likely to matter? Also, as oil set records, lawmakers try to look tough, and Lebanon's government gives Hezbollah a political foothold while Israel and Syria talk peace.
Both Parties Look to November
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Presidential Primaries Make Way for Fall Campaign
In Kentucky and Oregon yesterday, white voters dominated, but with very different results. Hillary Clinton 's Kentucky victory was overwhelming, and nearly half the...
Hezbollah Gains in Lebanon, Syria Talks Peace with Israel
Lebanon's fractious leaders are so unpopular that when they left Friday for negotiations in Qatar, a song called The Leaders Left Lebanon became an instant hit on music TV....