Palin rolls out 'vision of the future' in video
May 27th, 2011
05:39 PM ET
3 years ago

Palin rolls out 'vision of the future' in video

(CNN)-What begins with the howl of a grizzly bear and ends with a promise that "our best days are yet to come?"

The promotional video that caps off a roll-out announcement for former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's bus tour.
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Filed under: 2012 • CNN Radio Political Notebook • Sarah Palin
October 12th, 2010
10:28 AM ET
4 years ago

Clinton to team up with Reid in Las Vegas

(CNN) - Some big names are headed to Nevada to help Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid as he fights for his political life.

Former President Bill Clinton teams up with the top Senate Democrat Tuesday night. The former president joins Reid at what's being called a "pre-early vote" campaign rally at a high school in Las Vegas. Early voting for the midterm elections begins in Nevada on Saturday.

The four-term senator is being challenged by former Nevada state lawmaker and Republican nominee Sharron Angle, who enjoys the backing of many in the Tea Party movement.
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August 17th, 2010
12:39 PM ET
4 years ago

Moving the mosque debate into the political vacuum

President Obama's mixed message about the efforts to create an Islamic center near Ground Zero in New York has political Washington, and CNN's John King and Bob Costantini talking.


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August 13th, 2010
10:08 AM ET
4 years ago

CNN Radio Political Notebook

(CNN) - CNN's Dick Uliano talks to Candy Crowley about this week's primary election results with a close look at Connecticut Republican Senate candidate Linda McMahon.


August 11th, 2010
03:45 PM ET
4 years ago

Primary breakdown

(CNN) – Tuesday may have been the most contentious night of primaries this summer.

CNN's Lisa Desjardins and Mark Preston break down exactly what happened and what it could mean for November.


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Filed under: 2010 • CNN Radio • CNN Radio Political Notebook
August 5th, 2010
12:25 PM ET
4 years ago

CNN Radio: Political Notebook

(CNN) - CNN's Dick Uliano chats with CNN's Mark Preston who is in Kansas City, Missouri where national Republicans are gathered this weekend for their summer meeting.


Related: RNC sets ambitious fundraising goal


Filed under: CNN Radio • CNN Radio Political Notebook • RNC
August 4th, 2010
10:50 AM ET
4 years ago

Obama to have belated birthday bash

Washington (CNN) - President Barack Obama may be celebrating his 49th birthday Wednesday without his wife and daughters, but CNN has learned there will be a hush-hush party at the White House on Sunday with close family and friends to make it up to him.

Two top White House aides confirmed the belated birthday bash on the condition of anonymity because the details are a state secret around the corridors of the West Wing.

"There will be some stuff Sunday," a top adviser to the president said vaguely without giving away any of the details.

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The president is celebrating his birthday without his immediate family because first lady Michelle Obama just arrived in Spain for a planned mini-vacation with the couple's youngest daughter, Sasha, while eldest daughter, Malia, is away at summer camp.

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August 3rd, 2010
04:32 PM ET
4 years ago

If It's Tuesday, There Must be Primaries

(CNN) – CNN Deputy Political Director Paul Steinhauser and Washington Correspondent Bob Costantini talk about primaries to watch; and President Obama's new campaign mode.


July 30th, 2010
12:30 PM ET
4 years ago

CNN Radio Political Notebook: Economy, Afghanistan and Charlie Rangel top DC buzz

(CNN) – Bob Costantini and Candy Crowley discuss guests on State of the Union and the issues of Charles Rangel's ethics charges, plus the growing U.S. death toll in Afghanistan.



Filed under: Afghanistan • Charlie Rangel • CNN Radio • CNN Radio Political Notebook • Economy • issues
July 15th, 2010
04:02 PM ET
4 years ago

Wall Street reform: On to Obama

Washington (CNNMoney.com) – The Senate on Thursday afternoon passed the most sweeping set of changes to the financial regulatory system since the 1930s, sending the Wall Street reform bill to President Obama.

The Senate voted 60 to 39 to pass the reforms, ending more than a year-long effort to pass legislation in response to the 2008 financial crisis. Obama is expected to sign the bill into law next week.

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"We made a promise in the fall of '08 that we'd do everything in our power to see to it we'd never again put the American public in the position we were in September and early October 2008," said Sen. Christopher Dodd, D-Conn. "And we have fulfilled that promise with this legislation."

Earlier in the day lawmakers voted 60-38 to end debate on the legislation, with three Republicans joining Democrats to support it.

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