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ANALYSIS: TO SOME, NOMINEE REMAINS A MYSTERY
DEMS-OBAMA-PROFILE – (Denver) As Sen. Barack Obama becomes the Democratic presidential nominee on Wednesday night, some of the same qualities that have brought him just one election away from the White House – his virtuosity, his seriousness, his ability to inspire, his seeming immunity from the strains that afflict others´ may be among his biggest obstacles to getting there. Man in the News. By Jodi Kantor.
ANALYSIS: KENNEDY RAISES ECHOES OF A DISTANT PAST
DEMS-KENNEDY – (Denver) Sen. Edward M. Kennedy roused the party faithful with a speech at the Democratic National Convention that brought memories for many who remember his past oratory. By Michael Powell.
ANALYSIS: MICHELLE OBAMA, NOW A SOFTER PRESENCE, TAKES CENTER STAGE
DEMS-MICHELLE-OBAMA – (Denver) A look at how Michelle Obama has evolved from reluctant campaigner to a presence at the center of a multimedia charm offensive that may have been the most closely managed spousal rollout in presidential campaign history. By Jodi Kantor.
ANALYSIS: LOST IN A CONVENTION HAZE, WITH BLOGGERS LURKING AT EVERY TURN
DEMS-CARR-COLUMN – (Denver) How bloggers have changed the atmosphere from conventions past. By David Carr.
ANALYSIS: AS DEMOCRATS TAKE THE STAGE, SO DOES GOP
CAMPAIGN-RAPID-RESPONSE – (Denver) As the Democrats took center stage at their convention, the Republicans managed to grab some of the spotlight themselves. By Jim Rutenberg.
ANALYSIS: HIS NAME IS ON THE BALLOT, HERS IS ON THE BANK ACCOUNT
MCCAIN-WEALTH – (Phoenix) When Sen. John McCain is in Washington, he lives in a luxury high-rise condominium in Arlington, Va., owned by his wife, Cindy Hensley McCain. Cindy McCain also owns their condos and their vacation compound near Sedona, Ariz. And it is the beer business, Hensley & Co., she inherited from her father that is the source of the McCain family fortune. That fortune makes John McCain one of the richest members of the Senate. Yet barely a sliver of it is in his name. By David M. Halbfinger.© The New York Times. All rights reserved. This article originally appeared on nytimes.com.