Michael Duffy

Assistant Managing Editor, Time magazine

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Senators  John McCain  and  Barack Obama  have officially suspended campaigning today and have agreed to make a joint appearance at Ground Zero in lower Manhattan in observance of the…

Somber Ceremony Marks Seventh Anniversary of 9/11

Senators John McCain and Barack Obama have officially suspended campaigning today and have agreed to make a joint appearance at Ground Zero in lower Manhattan in observance of the…

from To the Point

John Edwards 
is dropping out of the Democratic race, guaranteeing that a major party
will nominate either a woman or a man of color. Yesterday in  Florida ,  John McCain  was…

Field Narrows as Edwards and Giuliani Bow Out

John Edwards is dropping out of the Democratic race, guaranteeing that a major party will nominate either a woman or a man of color. Yesterday in Florida , John McCain was…

from Which Way, L.A.?

John Edwards  is dropping out of the Democratic race, guaranteeing that a major party will nominate either a woman or a man of color.

Field Narrows as Edwards and Giuliani Bow Out

John Edwards is dropping out of the Democratic race, guaranteeing that a major party will nominate either a woman or a man of color.

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