Liz Halloran

Senior Editor, US News and World Report

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John McCain  and  Barack Obama  are the last official candidates in the presidential campaign. They're raising money today and talking about the economy.

Democrats Shift Focus to the General Election

John McCain and Barack Obama are the last official candidates in the presidential campaign. They're raising money today and talking about the economy.

from To the Point

John McCain  will be 72 in August, and if voters choose him this coming November, he'll be oldest man ever elected President.

McCain's Medical Records Released

John McCain will be 72 in August, and if voters choose him this coming November, he'll be oldest man ever elected President.

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Breaking her public silence today, Valerie Plame testified before a  House Oversight Committee .

At Long Last, Former CIA Spy Valerie Plame Testifies

Breaking her public silence today, Valerie Plame testified before a House Oversight Committee .

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