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In the U.S and around the world, governments are preventing Big Oil from drilling.
No really, it is crazy. Or at least misguided.
Iraqis walk back the walk-back, but McCain knows better while Obama raises gobs and the 'Times' says no
The "New York Times," "Wall Street Journal," and others offer their salutes to the education organization.
A reporter plays the old-fashioned card—moving up from clerk to Iraq war reporter.
The New York Times joins the chorus.
The newspaper conservatives love to hate could become the new story if McCain aides have their way.
John McCain is denying a New York Times report this morning that said he had a romantic relationship with a female telecommunications lobbyist. The likely GOP presidential nominee called the woman in question a friend. "I'm very disappointed in the article," McCain said, standing alongside wife Cindy at a press conference to address the allegations. "It's not true."
The New York Times has endorsed Hillary Clinton and John McCain for the presidential nominations of the Democratic and Republican parties, respectively. The editorial board writes that Clinton, compared with Barack Obama, her main rival, "is more qualified, right now, to be president," and that McCain "is the only Republican who promises to end the George Bush style of governing from and on behalf of a small, angry fringe."
Its recent story on wiretapping powers really rankled the House speaker.