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26/04/2008 - 23:34

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Clinton challenges Obama to Lincoln-Douglas style debate - Sharpton vows to 'close this city' after officer acquittals - Democrats favored in electoral map



Clinton challenges Obama to Lincoln-Douglas style debate

Democratic rivals Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton turned up the rhetoric Saturday in their increasingly heated primary battle as she issued a new debate challenge and he complained of a race that's largely been reduced to trivia while working families feel economic pain.

Sharpton vows to 'close this city' after officer acquittals

Hundreds of angry people marched through Harlem on Saturday after the Rev. Al Sharpton promised to "close this city down" to protest the acquittals of three police detectives in the 50-shot barrage that killed a groom on his wedding day and wounded two friends.

Democrats favored in electoral map

The electoral road to the White House favors Democrats this fall — either Barack Obama or Hillary Rodham Clinton — and has Republican John McCain playing defense to thwart a presidential power shift.  

Delegate challenges concerning Florida, Michigan to be heard

A plan to award half-delegates for the disputed Michigan and Florida Democratic presidential primaries will get a hearing before party leaders.

The co-chairs of the Democratic National Committee's Rules and Bylaws committee sent members a memo Friday announcing a meeting May 31 to consider the idea.

Ron Paul is down but not out

Two candidates not named John McCain got a combined 219,913 votes in the Pennsylvania Republican primary Tuesday, and one of them is still in the race.

Sort of.

"I'm a real candidate, but I try to keep everybody living in the real world," Ron Paul said in an interview, alluding to the exuberance of his supporters.

Bush prods Congress on student loan bill

President Bush said Saturday that the credit crunch is threatening the availability of student loans. He said his administration is doing what it can to help with emergency loans but prodded Congress for authority to do more.

"A slowdown in the economy shouldn't mean a downturn in educational opportunities," Bush said in his weekly radio address.

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