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Romney aide may have posed as cop

An ever-present aide to Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney took a leave of absence Friday after he became the subject of investigations in two states for allegedly impersonating a law…

Hillary courts the libs

Trying to win over her party's liberal activists, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday accused President Bush of disregarding the Constitution and promised to bring a new progressive…

Edwards used non-profit for self-promotion

When John Edwards pursued his crusade against poverty in 2005, he created a nonprofit center that allowed him to maintain a high profile — and avoid the legal scrutiny aimed…

Rudy admits mistake joining Iraq group

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani Wednesday defended his decision to quit the Iraq Study Group before it finished its work, saying he realized it was "a mistake" to…

Bill Richardson gets down and dirty

New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, who began his race for the Democratic presidential nomination by asking competitors to sign a pledge to run only positive campaigns, is now poking sharp…

Rudy’s South Carolina chairman indicted

Republican Presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani's South Carolina state chairman stepped down Tuesday after a federal grand jury indicted him on cocaine charges. Thomas Ravenel, South Carolina State Treasurer, is a former…

Bloomberg quits Repubican Party

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is now a politician looking for a party. He may also be looking at a run for the President as an independent in 2008. Bloomberg quit the…

Obama admits a ‘dumb mistake’

In a rare moment of political candor, Democratic Presidential contender Barack Obama Monday admitted his campaign screwed up big time by sending out a memo criticizing opponent Hillary Clinton's financial…

Obama, Thompson lead in South Carolina

South Carolina appears poised to shake up the 2008 presidential race, with Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Fred Thompson the frontrunners in a new state survey by Mason-Dixon. With strong support…

Big mouth means big bucks

Former President Clinton, who might someday be the first spouse, traveled the globe last year, making more than $10 million giving speeches at corporate retreats, trade group gatherings and motivational…