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The 2008 Campaign

McCain Has Big Win in South Carolina ; Huckabee Falls Short

McCain Defeats Huckabee in South Carolina Primary

John McCain staved off a spirited challenge by Mike Huckabee, exorcising the ghosts of the attack-filled primary in the same state that derailed his campaign eight years ago.

Vote of Women Propels Clinton in Nevada Caucus

Hillary Rodham Clinton won the vote, giving her a second consecutive victory, but Barack Obama won more delegates to the national convention.

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John and Cindy McCain greeting supporters in Charleston, S.C.

News Analysis
No Quick Knockouts as Races Move to New Terrain

Senator John McCain's comeback is impressive, but the contests ahead are less tailored to his political needs.

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Democrats %
Clinton 51%
Obama 45
Edwards 4
Others 0
98% reporting

Republicans %
Romney 51%
Paul 14
McCain 13
Huckabee 8
100% reporting


Republicans %
McCain 33%
Huckabee 30
Thompson 16
Romney 15
97% reporting
Interactive Full South Carolina Results

Detailed results, county-by-county maps and the delegate selection process.

Overseas Investors Buy U.S. Holdings at a Record Pace

Foreign investors are buying aggressively, taking advantage of American duress and a weak dollar.


36 Hours in Breckenridge, Colo.

36 Hours in Breckenridge, Colo. This former mining town still exudes a crunchy, laid-back vibe.

Seasonal Blahs? Places to Chill

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Number of Rooms Can't Meet Surging Demand

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Detroit Auto Show
Dr. Jekyll Meets Mr. Hybrid

Gas guzzlers competed with alternative- fuel vehicles at the 2008 North American International Auto Show.

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