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October 19, 2008 | DON FREDERICK AND ANDREW MALCOLM
Sarah Palin cut Barack Obama some slack last week. "I know Obama loves America," she said during a brief give-and-take with reporters on her campaign plane Friday. She continued, "I'm sure that is why he's running for president. It's because he wants to do what he believes is in the best interest of this great nation. . . . I don't question at all Barack Obama's love for this great country. " But another Republican wasn't willing to concede that point. Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota was parrying questions Friday from Chris Matthews on his MSNBC "Hardball" show, which is not for the faint of heart.
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April 19, 2008 | Ralph Vartabedian and Maeve Reston, Times Staff Writers
Sen. John McCain reported income of $405,409 last year, but the money he spent on charitable contributions, wages to household staff, alimony and taxes ate up most of that -- showing how his wife, Cindy, helped support a wealthy lifestyle. McCain on Friday released his 2007 and 2006 tax returns, but not those of his wife, whose income from ownership of a beer distributor far exceeds $1 million, according to financial disclosure statements filed previously in the Senate.
NATIONAL
May 7, 2008 | James Rainey, Times Staff Writer
A report by liberal blogger and author Arianna Huffington that John McCain had admitted not voting for George W. Bush in the 2000 presidential race spurred a minor tempest and brought angry denials from McCain's campaign Tuesday. On her Huffington Post website Monday, the pundit said the presumptive Republican presidential nominee had confided shortly after his bitter loss nearly eight years ago that he had not voted for Bush.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 3, 2000 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The latest group of women profiled on the CBS special "Ladies' Home Journal's Most Fascinating Women of '99" includes three actresses, two singers, an athlete, a novelist, an inspirational mom and four potential first ladies. Roma Downey, a former "Fascinating Woman," hosts the hourlong special, which features interviews with Jodie Foster, Susan Sarandon, Lisa Kudrow, Aretha Franklin, Christina Aguilera, soccer star Mia Hamm, "Harry Potter" novelist J.K.
OPINION
February 22, 2008
Re "Michelle Obama in spotlight's glare," Feb. 21 The fact that Michelle Obama tells it like it is -- that America has repeatedly fallen short of the vision we have for our place in the world -- seems to be a cause for celebration, not criticism. How can we be proud to be Americans when we torture, invade sovereign nations, ignore the plight of our underserved population and promote policies that line the coffers of U.S. corporations? How can we say children are our most important asset, yet continually refuse to accept responsibility for their health, education and the environment?
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December 29, 2010
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February 20, 2008 | Robin Abcarian, Times Staff Writer
Michelle Obama found herself at the center of a political tempest Tuesday after telling a Wisconsin audience while campaigning for husband Barack Obama that "for the first time in my adult lifetime, I am really proud of my country." Conservatives pounced. On his blog, Commentary magazine Editor John Podhoretz wrote: "Can it really be there has not been a moment . . . when she felt proud of her country?
NEWS
October 27, 2010 | By Karen Kaplan, Los Angeles Times
Flu season is upon us, and one casualty is the good old-fashioned handshake. Yes, that's right. Nearly 3 in 10 Americans are reluctant to shake your hand because they fear they will catch your germs, according to a survey released Wednesday. You see, germs lurk everywhere. As a result, 21% of those surveyed said they hesitated to shake someone's hand in a bar or restaurant; 19% demurred in a store; 18% kept their hands to themselves at the gym (though presumably plenty of other people touched the StairMaster before them)
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