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While sun shines on Obama, storm trips up McCain

Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, say they are determined that his presidential bid not disrupt the normal, happy childhood of their daughters, Malia and Sasha, who would be two of the youngest residents of the White House in 30 years if Obama wins. 'No whining, arguing, or annoying teasing' are some the rules of their household, Michelle Obama told People magazine for a cover story for the issue that hits newsstands tomorrow. Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, say they are determined that his presidential bid not disrupt the normal, happy childhood of their daughters, Malia and Sasha, who would be two of the youngest residents of the White House in 30 years if Obama wins. "No whining, arguing, or annoying teasing" are some the rules of their household, Michelle Obama told People magazine for a cover story for the issue that hits newsstands tomorrow. (Chris Carlson/Associated Press)
July 24, 2008

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Another entry in the category of if he didn't have bad luck, he'd have no luck at all: John McCain, to counter Barack Obama's speech today before the adoring masses in Berlin, planned to fly out to an oil rig off the Louisiana coast to make the case for offshore drilling. (Full article: 866 words)

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