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The Susan B. Anthony List, a leading national pro-life group, endorsed Republican Mitt Romney for president on Thursday, a sign that the former Massachusetts governor will be able to convince other anti-abortion groups to rally behind his candidacy.
President Obama, having stirred up national interest in the Trayvon Martin case with his comments last month, has nothing more to say about the shooting of the black Florida teenager, his press secretary said Wednesday.
In a letter already looking ahead to the end of President Obama's term, the top two Republicans in Congress told the White House on Wednesday not to use its powers to issue last-second rules and regulations, known as "midnight regulations."
Mitt Romney predicted Wednesday that Republicans will unite behind his presidential bid because they will be so eager to defeat President Obama in November.
Democrats are trying to capitalize on Rick Santorum's decision to drop out of the GOP presidential primary, casting it as the beginning of a two-man race between President Obama and Mitt Romney.
As congressional committees tee up to grill the General Services Administration over a pricey 2010 conference in Las Vegas that cost several top officials their jobs, the White House is claiming that federal agencies this year are slashing conference and travel costs and are on track to save $1.2 billion.
It's not every day that the Obama administration loses a top official to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but that's what's happening later this month with the departure of Larry Echo Hawk.
The White House used basketballs emblazoned with President Obama's image Monday at a basketball clinic as part of the festivities for the annual White House Easter Egg roll.
The Republican National Committee's communications department poked a little Easter fun at President Obama Saturday.
President Obama's conference on women got off to an awkward start Friday when Mr. Obama seemed to play on some throwback stereotypes about women lacking professional decorum in his opening remarks.
A gay couple will use the traditional White House Easter Egg roll Monday to lobby President Obama to sign an executive order banning workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation.
It's still early, but so far Joe Coors is leading the contest for most memorable radio ad of the 2012 campaign season.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell blasted President Obama on Thursday, telling him to "back off" from comments earlier this week where he appeared to question the constitutional powers of the Supreme Court and the possibility that it could overturn his health care law.
Democratic members of the Congressional Black Caucus have introduced legislation to honor Trayvon Martin, an unarmed Florida teenage who was fatally shot in February by a neighborhood watch volunteer, and to urge for the repeal of a controversial Florida gun law blamed in his death.
With gasoline prices soaring, House Democrats briefly returned to the Capitol Wednesday from their two-week spring break to examine accusations that Wall Street speculators are artificially driving up the price at the pump.
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