Walsh, Kenneth T.
Articles by Walsh, Kenneth T.
Voters' impressions, even wrong ones, seem to be a drag on the Democrat's campaign.
Some Democrats are distressed that Edwards lied while running for president.
Obama and Clinton released a statement of unity, but some Clinton supporters are still angry.
It seemed very clear to the Founders, and to the public, that he was the man to lead the new nation.
Consideration of a symbolic delegate roll call vote stirs tensions.
Lincoln's victory in 1860 triggered the Civil War, and his victory in 1864 allowed him to win it.
The Democrat scores on visuals, so Republicans plan to hit him on substance.
Both candidates are trying to position themselves as pragmatic leaders in an ever changing world.
Abraham Lincoln's victory in 1860 was probably the most consequential election in American history.
GOP insiders advise McCain to hold off on naming his vice presidential pick.