Ken Walsh

Chief White House Correspondent, US News & World Report

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Chief White House Correspondent for US News & World Report and author, most recently, of From Mt. Vernon to Crawford: A History of the Presidents and Their Retreats

Ken Walsh on KCRW

With  Mitt Romney  out and a fresh round of primaries coming up this weekend, the race for the White House has narrowed to three people: Republican  John McCain  and Democrats  Hillary…

The Race for President and the Politics of Change

With Mitt Romney out and a fresh round of primaries coming up this weekend, the race for the White House has narrowed to three people: Republican John McCain and Democrats Hillary…

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In New Orleans this morning,  John Edwards  announced he'll be making a bid for the White House next year.

John Edwards Declares Presidential Run

In New Orleans this morning, John Edwards announced he'll be making a bid for the White House next year.

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