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Edwards gets endorsement of United Steelworkers, United Mine Workers

John Edwards now has more labor endorsements than any of his Democratic rivals.

Thompson set to announce candidacy

Plans are in place for Fred Thompson to announce his entry into the Republican presidential race.

Bush faces more dissent over troop withdrawal

President Bush is facing more dissent in the ranks. A published report claims his top general wants to reverse the troop surge in Iraq. Other republicans have broken ranks with President Bush on Iraq, but no-one like Sen. John Warner.

Democrats prepare for Iowa debate

Democrats seeking the presidential nomination are gathering for another debate, this time it's in Iowa at Drake University. The debate airs Sunday morning on ABC.

Edwards calls on Democrats to bar lobbyists’ money

Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards was the party's top fundraising organizations to stop accepting money from federal lobbyists.

Edwards: Wife’s criticism of Obama, Clinton consistent with his

Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards not only supports his wife's criticism of rivals Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton -- he was thinking the same thing.

Edwards says ‘goodbye’ to Rove

Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards didn't have much to say in reaction to the announcement that senior White House adviser Karl Rove was resigning. But his feelings were clear.

Democrats answer YouTube questions

The race for the White House has moved squarely into the age of the internet. Real voters got to ask their own questions of the democratic presidential candidates at a debate Monday night through YouTube video submissions.

Council Members vying to keep seats

The deadline has passed and the candidates are ready to go. A dozen candidates have filed to run for the Wilmington City Council. Some of them are already speaking out. Laura Padgett has been on Wilmington's City Council for 12 years and is running to keep her seat.

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