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A collection of news and information related to Republican Party published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo GETTY IMAGES)
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  • Bill Clinton Stumps For Malloy In New Haven

    Bill Clinton Stumps For Malloy In New Haven
    NEW HAVEN — Former President Bill Clinton returned to the Elm City on Tuesday to fire up the Democratic troops and raise money to help the tight re-election campaign of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy against Republican Tom Foley. During his three years at...
  • The homecoming: Eric Cantor lands on Wall Street

    The homecoming: Eric Cantor lands on Wall Street
    One of the unappreciated pleasures in this fame-besotted world is reading a celebrity newspaper or magazine profile and thinking: I wonder what the truth is, really. That was the case with this week's Wall Street Journal scoop about former House...
  • Democratic senator to introduce bill for airstrikes in Syria

    A Democratic senator from Florida says he will introduce legislation giving President Obama congressional authority for airstrikes against militants in Syria. The announcement came after the apparent beheading of another U.S. journalist. The legislation...
  • Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor takes job on Wall Street

    Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor takes job on Wall Street
    Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is moving to Wall Street, taking a job with investment bank Moelis & Co., the firm said. Cantor, 51, who resigned last month after an upset loss in a Republican primary in June, will be vice chairman and managing...
  • A battle of ideas

    Most consider Labor Day the unofficial last day of summer. School begins today for area children and Hampton University students as well, lending an air of excitement to the proceedings. And it is easy to envision a gradual decline in the temperature to...
  • Third time won't be a charm for Mitt Romney

    Third time won't be a charm for Mitt Romney
    Definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. -Albert Einstein Unbelievably, the drumbeat has begun for former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney to run for president a third time. The man who lost twice...
  • Already negative governor's race will soon get worse — much worse

    Already negative governor's race will soon get worse — much worse
    The Democratic and Republican candidates for governor are using every wart, blemish and wrinkle — real or imagined — to paint a picture of the other guy that's so unflattering even his mother might think twice about voting for him. Propelled...
  • Tea party voters could dump McConnell by staying home [Commentary]

    Tea party voters could dump McConnell by staying home [Commentary]
    The dilemma facing the true grassroots tea party believers -- the dilemma they do not acknowledge -- is that their primary goal of whittling and whacking away at big government undercuts their secondary goal of saving the middle class from the greedy grip...
  • Roll Call's 10 most vulnerable senators

    WASHINGTON Montana's appointed Sen. John Walsh was by far the most endangered incumbent in the chamber in early August, but his decision to not seek a full term has opened the top slot to a couple other worthy contenders. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., is...
  • The GOP needs another Ehrlich [Commentary]

    The GOP needs another Ehrlich [Commentary]
    I miss Bob Ehrlich. Seriously, I do. I realize the former governor shares space with me here on the Baltimore Sun's opinion pages; in terms of sheer column inches, I suppose Mr. Ehrlich the Pundit is never that far away. But I'm talking about Mr....
  • Republicans appear in position to take Senate control

    WASHINGTON Voters hate Washington, and they'll get their chance to shake things up in November's midterm elections. The big question is whether the Republicans can win control of the Senate while holding the House of Representatives, which would give...