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Time running out for Sarah Palin

Time running out for Sarah Palin

The clock is ticking for Sarah Palin, and her time is almost up. With Mitt Romney and Rick Perry taking control of a quickly shifting Republican presidential campaign, Palin may…

U.S. on alert over terror threat

U.S. on alert over terror threat

President Barack Obama on Thursday ordered a redoubling of U.S. counter-terrorism efforts in the face of a “credible but unconfirmed” threat ahead of the 10th anniversary of the September 11,…

Obama pitches jobs plan

Obama pitches jobs plan

Wasting no time, President Barack Obama is pitching to the public his $447 billion jobs program of tax cuts and new spending after bluntly telling Congress to “stop the political…

Republicans on ‘super committee’ want tax reform

Republicans on ‘super committee’ want tax reform

The congressional “super committee” on deficit reduction should consider comprehensive tax reform, two Republican members of the panel said on Thursday at the bipartisan committee’s first meeting. Representatives David Camp,…

Can Michelle Bachmann jump start her fading campaign?

Can Michelle Bachmann jump start her fading campaign?

Republican Michele Bachmann‘s presidential campaign fell just as quickly as it rose. Now, she’s looking to Iowa — at the expense of other early voting states — to get back…

Perry, Romney go after each other in GOP debate

Perry, Romney go after each other in GOP debate

Quick to tangle, Republican presidential rivals Rick Perry and Mitt Romney sparred vigorously over job creation and Social Security Wednesday night in a feisty campaign debate that marked a contentious…

Perry, Romney both twist facts in debate

Perry, Romney both twist facts in debate

When Mitt Romney and Rick Perry thumped their chests over their job-creation records as governor during the Republican presidential debate Wednesday night, they left the bad parts out. Yes, employment…

Perry suddenly remembers he’s still governor of Texas

Perry suddenly remembers he’s still governor of Texas

Call it a leadership test in real time. Rick Perry left the presidential campaign trail this week to dash back to Texas, where wildfires have devoured more than 1,000 homes…

Obama, Congress hit new lows in polls

Obama, Congress hit new lows in polls

President Barack Obama‘s poll numbers continue to fall with only 44 percent of Americans approving of his performance as President. But the numbers of Congress are even worse. While 51…

Republican ‘young guns’ now draw more jeers than cheers

Republican ‘young guns’ now draw more jeers than cheers

A year after declaring themselves “Young Guns” ready to clean up Washington, these budget-slashing Republicans are drawing more jeers than cheers — and raising Democrats‘ hopes for next year’s election.…