Tad Devine

Democratic Strategist, Devine Mulvey

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Democratic Strategist with Devine Mulvey, he was chief political consultant to Al Gore's presidential campaign in 2000, and he worked for John Kerry in 2004

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The brokerage firm Bear Stearns got a  bailout  earlier this year.  The federal government also agreed to  prop up Fannie Mae and Freddie Mack .  But over the weekend, Treasury…

Markets Slide as Wall Street Staggers

The brokerage firm Bear Stearns got a bailout earlier this year.  The federal government also agreed to prop up Fannie Mae and Freddie Mack .  But over the weekend, Treasury…

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General David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker have moved to the  House side of Capitol Hill  today with the same message they had for the Senate: After the surge is over, stop…

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John McCain  has wrapped up his party's nomination, but  Hillary Clinton  has bounced back again with a  big win  in Ohio and  a squeaker  in Texas, enough to make sure that she and …

After Ohio and Texas: What's Changed and What's the Same?

John McCain has wrapped up his party's nomination, but Hillary Clinton has bounced back again with a big win in Ohio and a squeaker in Texas, enough to make sure that she and …

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