On Sept. 30, the first debate will be held between George W. Bush and John F. Kerry. It will focus on foreign policy.
News Analysis On Aug. 29, a half million people marched in New York City at the opening of the Republican National Convention to say “No to the Bush agenda!”
ATLANTA, Ga. – Georgians reject Miller, Bush / MONTPELIER, Vt. – State sues for affordable meds / BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Black Americans look to expand representation
PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. – Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is hustling across this state seeking to turn the human misery inflicted by Hurricane Charley into votes for his older brother in the Nov. 2 election.
The National Council of Churches, along with 100 other organizations, has sent the clarion call to everyone protesting the anti-people policies of the Bush administration and its congressional allies.
HOUSTON — Confident-iality is a concept that is crucial to a number of professional relationships and has been safeguarded by a number of professional organizations for many years.
PITTSBURGH: ‘Health care, not warfare’; DENVER: Renewable, Green heat and electricity; LOUISVILLE, Ky.: Kroger workers approve contract; CHARLESTON, W.Va.: Rainbow/Push, unions plan Labor Day; ATLANTA: African American woman to run for Senate
HOUSTON — U.S. Rep. John Culberson (R-Texas) has introduced controversial legislation to sharply curtail the rights and daily activities of immigrants.
The steady erosion of support for Bush’s ultra-right policies led the Kerry campaign earlier this summer to expand the list of potential “swing states” it believed to be competitive.
BOSTON — John Kerry and John Edwards left the Democratic National Con-vention July 29 to barnstorm across the country, buoyed by ringing calls both inside and outside the convention for George W. Bush’s defeat as a menace to world peace and democracy.