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The latest on the candidates . . .

McCain

Palin Says She is Ready to Assume Presidency

The Boston Globe

Palin Links Iraq to Sept. 11 In Talk to Troops in Alaska

The Washington Post

In First Big Interview, Palin Says, ‘I’m Ready’

The New York Times

Palin Talks Tough on Iran, Russia

Los Angeles Times

Has No National Service Plan

Politico

Obama

Plans Sharper Tone as Party Frets

The New York Times

Bill Clinton Says He’ll Do ‘Whatever I’m Asked’

The Los Angeles Times

Mocks McCain as Computer Illiterate

Real Clear Politics

Hanging On to Biden’s Every Word

The New York Times

State of the Race

Stilling the Rancor for a Day of Honor

The Boston Globe

’Values Voters’ Eye a Leader in Palin as Others Fade

The Washington Times

Candidates Promise National-Service Initiatives

The Washington Post

As Battleground Shrinks, Rivals Narrow Focus

San Francisco Chronicle

McCain, Obama Will Return to Florida to Campaign

Florida Sun Sentinel

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