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  Thursday, 23-Oct-2014 02:38 EDT
Obama woos working-class voters in Michigan
WARREN, Mich. (AP) -- Democrat Barack Obama, campaigning in a state that poses several challenges for him in the fall, appealed to working-class voters Wednesday with a pledge to pump billions of dollars into efforts to revitalize the nation's manufacturing sector.

Obama woos working-class voters in Michigan
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. - Democrat Barack Obama, campaigning in a state that poses several problems for him in the fall, appealed to working-class voters Wednesday with a pledge to pump an extra $200 million a year into efforts to revitalize the nation's manufacturing sector.

Determined Clinton wins W.Va., says race not over
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Hillary Rodham Clinton coasted to a large but largely symbolic victory in working-class West Virginia on Tuesday, handing Barack Obama one of the worst defeats of the campaign yet scarcely slowing his march toward the Democratic presidential nomination.

West lifts Hornets to 3-2 lead
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- David West and the New Orleans Hornets sure looked happy to be at home.

Hamilton-led Pistons eliminate Magic in Game 5
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) -- The Detroit Pistons made just enough shots and stops to advance to the Eastern Conference finals for a sixth straight year.

Bush disappointed with intel before Iraq war
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush said Tuesday he was disappointed in "flawed intelligence" before the Iraq war and was concerned that if a Democrat wins the presidency in November and withdrew troops prematurely it could "eventually lead to another attack on the United States."

Sorenstam to retire this year
CLIFTON, N.J. (AP) -- Annika Sorenstam ignored her notes and spoke from the heart. One of golf's greatest players was leaving the game, and she handled her retirement announcement the way she would a 10-foot birdie putt with a tournament on the line.

Televangelist John Hagee apologizes to Catholics
WASHINGTON (AP) -- John Hagee, an influential Texas televangelist who endorsed John McCain, apologized to Catholics Tuesday for his stinging criticism of the Roman Catholic Church and for having "emphasized the darkest chapters in the history of Catholic and Protestant relations with the Jews."

Underdog Clinton looks for win in W.Va.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- Hillary Rodham Clinton reached out for a largely symbolic victory in the West Virginia primary Tuesday over Barack Obama, front-runner in a historic Democratic presidential race nearing an end.

Bush calls new attack on US his worst worry
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush said Tuesday he was disappointed in "flawed intelligence" before the Iraq war and was concerned that if a Democrat wins the presidency in November and withdrew troops prematurely it could "eventually lead to another attack on the United States."

Now the underdog, Clinton looks for win in W.Va.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Hillary Rodham Clinton collided with Barack Obama in the West Virginia primary on Tuesday, persisting in the Democratic presidential race despite dwindling odds and a lengthening delegate deficit.

Clinton poised for W.Va. win; Obama looks ahead
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- More party leaders swung behind Barack Obama, edging him closer to the Democratic presidential nomination, even as he braced for a loss to Hillary Rodham Clinton in the West Virginia primary Tuesday.

Bush tempers upbeat optimism about Mideast peace
WASHINGTON (AP) -- When President Bush began his first energized pursuit of an Israeli-Palestinian peace accord just over five months ago, confidence was his constant companion. "I'm optimistic," he said over and over about the prospects for ending one of the world's longest-running disputes within little more than a year.

Clinton poised for W.Va. win; Obama looks ahead
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The Democratic presidential race runs on two tracks now, one snaking through the West Virginia primary Tuesday and the other mapped out by Barack Obama through battleground states in the fall.

Bush tempers upbeat optimism about Mideast peace
WASHINGTON - When President Bush began his first energized pursuit of an Israeli-Palestinian peace accord just over five months ago, confidence was his constant companion. "I'm optimistic," he said over and over about the prospects for ending one of the world's longest-running disputes within little more than a year.

Barr launches Libertarian White House bid
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Former Republican Rep. Bob Barr launched a Libertarian Party presidential bid Monday, saying voters are hungry for an alternative to the status quo who would dramatically cut the federal government.

Barr announces Libertarian White House bid
WASHINGTON - Former Republican Rep. Bob Barr launched a Libertarian Party presidential bid Monday, saying voters are hungry for an alternative to the status quo who would dramatically cut the federal government.

Tiger's rehab going well; hopes to play in 2 weeks
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Tiger Woods is chipping and putting again, and he hopes to play in the Memorial in two weeks. But even if he can't compete until the U.S. Open, he doesn't expect the same result as his last layoff during a season.

McCain urges free-market principles to reduce global warming
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- John McCain broke with the Bush administration and Republican Party orthodoxy Monday as he not only declared global warming real, but reached out to Democrats and independents with a free-market solution that includes capping carbon-fuel emissions.

Play of the Day: A breakfast surprise -- Clinton
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- Doris Smith went downtown early Monday to see about getting tickets to Barack Obama's rally. Advance seats were sold out, she said, and the only option was to stand in line for up to two hours or more and hope for the best.

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Obama woos working-class voters in Michigan

Obama woos working-class voters in Michigan

Determined Clinton wins W.Va., says race not over

West lifts Hornets to 3-2 lead

Hamilton-led Pistons eliminate Magic in Game 5

Bush disappointed with intel before Iraq war

Sorenstam to retire this year

Televangelist John Hagee apologizes to Catholics

Underdog Clinton looks for win in W.Va.

Bush calls new attack on US his worst worry

Now the underdog, Clinton looks for win in W.Va.

Clinton poised for W.Va. win; Obama looks ahead

Bush tempers upbeat optimism about Mideast peace

Clinton poised for W.Va. win; Obama looks ahead

Bush tempers upbeat optimism about Mideast peace

Barr launches Libertarian White House bid

Barr announces Libertarian White House bid

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