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05/08/2008 - 22:10

USA Today Editoweb 5 august 2008

Obama leads McCain nationally in AP-Ipsos poll - Hillary Clinton sets campaign dates for Obama - Critical of McCain, Obama quiet on own energy vote .



Obama leads McCain nationally in AP-Ipsos poll

Solid margins among women, minorities and young voters have powered Barack Obama to a 6 percentage point lead over John McCain in the presidential race, according to a poll released Tuesday.

Hillary Clinton sets campaign dates for Obama

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton plans to campaign for Barack Obama in Nevada and Florida this month, events expected to be her first solo campaign appearances on Obama's behalf since she lost the Democratic nomination contest.

Critical of McCain, Obama quiet on own energy vote

Democratic candidate Barack Obama criticized Republican John McCain on Tuesday for taking a page out of "the Cheney playbook" on energy, overlooking his own support of oil-friendly policies that the unpopular vice president helped to craft.

White House denies fake Iraq-al-Qaida link letter

The White House and the CIA on Tuesday adamantly denied a report that the Bush administration concocted a fake letter purporting to show a link between Saddam Hussein's regime and al-Qaida as a justification for the Iraq war.

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