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Political Fractures Over Fracking

The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC)—a five-member committee that governs the water resources around the Delaware River—was supposed to meet today to...

House Dems Find Rare Bright Spot in Delaware

In an otherwise dismal-looking election year for Democrats, the nation's second smallest state is proving to be a surprising consolation prize. Not only did tea...

Can the Tea Party Cross the Delaware?

THE MIDTERM ELECTIONS In any other election cycle, at any other moment in Delaware's political history, Mike Castle would be coasting to victory. A two-time...

Delaware Wiccan Speaks Out on Christine O'Donnell

"I am not a witch." Only in the ever-wackier 2010 election cycle would a campaign video start with such an assertion, but this particular ad was for Delaware's...

Can Obama Win Biden's Hometown?

When Barack Obama chose Joe Biden as his running mate, he surely had Scranton, Pennsylvania, on his mind. Biden, Delaware's senior Senator, was born in this...

Joe Biden: Six Key Moments

Election 1972: Biden, just 29 at the time of the election, rode his youth and stump skills to a 3,162-vote Senate upset of GOP incumbent J. Caleb Boggs in...

Behind Obama's Bet on Biden

The day Joe Biden officially launched his 2008 presidential run in February of 2007, he virtually ended it with a classic Biden gaffe — this one involving the...

Heading for D-Day In Delaware

Circling each other warily, always on the lookout for decisive openings, Time Inc. and Paramount Communications engaged in a fresh round of legal and financial...