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DNC Platform Puts Some Blacks, Latinos on the Fence
Why the Healthcare Battle is Far from Over
It is out with the old and in with the new in the U.S. House of Representatives. After 12 years of Republican control of Congress, voters - weary of the war in Iraq and frustrated with a party riddled by scandal - said 'No more.'
In an election year that includes the 5th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, security is on the minds of American voters. It's also an issue at the heart of a contentious political battle that may determine who controls congress.
David Brody follows Obama and Hillary on the campaign trail as they go down South to court the African American community.
As the campaign enters its final days, John McCain is stressing two themes in his comeback bid against Barack Obama.
Governor Sarah Palin tells The Brody File that Barack Obama is trying to "pretty-up" his abortion record, but she calls him out on it saying he is "so far left that it is way out of the mainstream."
Sarah Palin on why she has avoided doing interviews with the 24/7 cable networks.
The turmoil in the Mideast promises to command the next President's attention, long after the votes are counted in November.
Immigration Reform Important to Evangelical Latinos
Mormon Candidates Face Religious Bias
Exploding Deficit Becomes Sore Issue in Washington