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  • Poll: Mitt Romney's faith could be a factor in GOP primaries

    Poll: Mitt Romney's faith could be a factor in GOP primaries
    A new poll suggests that Mitt Romney's faith could play a role in the 2012 Republican nominating race, with a sizable portion of respondents saying they believe that Mormonism is a non-Christian faith. The survey from the Pew Research Center for the...
  • Mitt Romney defends use of Obama quote in campaign ad

    Mitt Romney defends use of Obama quote in campaign ad
    Mitt Romney on Wednesday defended his new campaign ad that takes President Obama's words out of context, saying there was "no hidden effort" to mislead voters. The Romney campaign ad, which began airing in New Hampshire on Tuesday, uses footage from an...
  • McManus: For GOP, it's bland vs. firebrand

    McManus: For GOP, it's bland vs. firebrand
    Republican voters face a choice: Do they want to play it safe, or do they feel like taking risks? For those choosing option one, the obvious candidate is Mitt Romney, whose cautious but uninspiring campaign has attracted the support of roughly 1 in 4...
  • The Crowd: Putting the thanks back in Thanksgiving

    Today is Thanksgiving. On this uniquely American celebration of fellowship — coupled with appreciation for the blessings of life, liberty and sustenance — tens of millions of members of this great society are racing about preparing to get a...
  • Newt Gingrich wins endorsement of New Hampshire Union Leader

    Newt Gingrich wins endorsement of New Hampshire Union Leader
    The New Hampshire Union Leader, a powerful voice in the early voting state, endorsed Newt Gingrich in the Republican presidential primary Sunday, saying the nation needs his "innovative, forward-looking strategy and positive leadership." The newspaper's...
  • Rick Perry turns to Joe Arpaio for help on immigration issue

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry had hoped to assuage concerns about his views on illegal immigration by winning the backing of tough-talking Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Ariz., but at his first event with Arpaio in New Hampshire on Tuesday he was...
  • Gingrich gets immigration right

    Gingrich gets immigration right
    Newt Gingrich is the standard bearer for traditional family values within the Republican party? As unlikely as that might seem given the former House Speaker's history of marital infidelities and messy divorce, it's apparent he may be the only GOP...
  • Jon Huntsman: Herman Cain a distraction in GOP race

    Jon Huntsman: Herman Cain a distraction in GOP race
    Jon Huntsman suggested Tuesday that Herman Cain's personal saga is hurting the entire field of Republican presidential hopefuls, and that the former restaurant executive is right to reconsider his candidacy. Speaking with the Boston Globe, the former...
  • Obama has work to do courting Latino vote, expert says

    Obama has work to do courting Latino vote, expert says
    For President Obama, there's good and bad news when it comes to the fast-growing Latino vote and its role in the 2012 presidential race. Obama captured two-thirds of the Latino vote in 2008, but he faces a distinct enthusiasm gap heading into his...
  • Game on? Mitt Romney calls Newt Gingrich a 'lifelong politician'

    Game on? Mitt Romney calls Newt Gingrich a 'lifelong politician'
    Mitt Romney argued Tuesday that he'd be the best Republican candidate to take on President Obama next fall, saying the party needs to do better than a "lifelong politician" like Newt Gingrich. Romney has long enjoyed skirmishing with President Obama as...
  • As primaries near, some Republicans eye third-party run

    As primaries near, some Republicans eye third-party run
    Ron Paul says he won't. Gary Johnson says he might. And Jon Huntsman just won't say. The Republican race for president seems -- for the moment -- to be increasingly a contest between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. And with fewer than five weeks until the...