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  • Obama makes his case for second term on '60 Minutes'

    Obama makes his case for second term on '60 Minutes'
    His approval ratings are largely stagnant and his prospects for reelection in doubt. But President Obama says it's all to be expected. "We've gone through an incredibly difficult time in this country. And I would be surprised if the American people...
  • 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...
  • Chris Christie steps up as Mitt Romney attack dog

    As Mitt Romney increasingly mixes it up with his primary rivals, he's unleashing Chris Christie to help take on the competition. The New Jersey governor was on the campaign trail for Romney in Florida on Thursday, and had some choice words for his new...
  • Gingrich: Cain should give a 'clear and compelling explanation'

    The Republican presidential contenders have avoided saying much of anything about the accusations of sexual harassment lodged against Herman Cain over the last week. But several of the candidates seemed to be seeking a new level of distance from the...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Mitt Romney wins endorsement of Des Moines Register

    Mitt Romney wins endorsement of Des Moines Register
    The most influential Iowa newspaper endorsed Mitt Romney for the GOP presidential nomination, saying the former Massachusetts governor offered "sobriety, wisdom and judgment." The Des Moines Register's editorial board, which endorsed Romney's arch...
  • Debate puts Newt Gingrich on defensive over immigration

    Debate puts Newt Gingrich on defensive over immigration
    And just like that, another GOP frontrunner is on the defensive after another debate. This time it's Newt Gingrich under the microscope after he seemed to advocate what critics call a form of amnesty for illegal immigrants. The former House speaker...
  • GOP hopefuls threaten to skip Nevada caucuses

    GOP hopefuls threaten to skip Nevada caucuses
    A growing list of Republican presidential hopefuls are threatening to boycott the Nevada caucuses, hoping to pressure the state GOP to change the date of the Jan. 14 contest to avoid forcing New Hampshire to move its primary into December. Jon Huntsman,...
  • Herman Cain gaining on Mitt Romney in New Hampshire

    Herman Cain gaining on Mitt Romney in New Hampshire
    New Hampshire is still Mitt Romney country, but Herman Cain is rising fast, according to two new surveys of Republican voters in the first-in-the-nation primary state. A poll released Monday from the Institutes of Politics at Harvard University and St....
  • Focus group sheds light on Mitt Romney's struggles

    Focus group sheds light on Mitt Romney's struggles
    Seated around a conference table in a nondescript suburban Virginia office building, a dozen Republican voters shed light on one of the continued mysteries of this election season: What ails Mitt Romney? Veteran pollster Peter Hart asked an assistant...