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Rep. Charles B. Rangel says he will seek a 22nd term despite being found guilty of several House ethics charges.
Mitt Romney continues to rely heavily on high-dollar donors to his presidential campaign, collecting more than 90 percent of his money in February from contributors who gave at least $200.
GOP presidential contender Newt Gingrich responded to the news that Mitt Romney won the Illinois primary election and he finished in last place by delivering an electronic version of a good old-fashioned, one-two punch, which aimed at chopping down the two men who are easily outpacing him in the race to collect the magic number of delegates needed to seal up the Republican nomination.
Congress's official tax scorekeepers said late Tuesday that a Buffett Rule tax like the one President Obama has called for would raise about $47 billion over the next decade — less than 1 percent of the deficits Mr. Obama's spending plans would lead to.
Newt Gingrich, who last year attacked Paul Ryan's budget as "social engineering," has only kind words this year for the House Budget Committee chairman's second go-around.
A new poll shows that Republican Sen. Scott Brown is losing ground on Democrat Elizabeth Warren in this year's Massachusetts Senate race, with the challenger up 5 percentage points.
Depending on which news report you read, Rush Limbaugh has lost anywhere from a few dozen to more than a hundred advertisers since late February, when the radio talk show host called law student and contraception advocate Sandra Fluke a "slut."
National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor said the United States was deeply saddened to learn of the killing of four people in a shooting at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France, on Monday morning.
Ron Paul has improved on his 2008 GOP presidential run in nearly every measure this year. But one glaring exception is his fundraising, where the Texas representative is actually running slightly behind where he was at this point in the last campaign, according to newly released figures.
Late-night comedians have had a field day with the story of Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney strapping his dog in a crate atop the family station wagon for a 12-hour cross-country drive in 1983. Now it looks as if rival Republican Rick Santorum is getting in on the action.
The Washington Times-affiliated "America's Morning News" radio program caught up with Democratic public relations consultant Anita Dunn outside CNN early Sunday, but the former White House comminications director wasn't in the mood to take questions about Sandra Fluke.
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The Justice Department on Thursday issued a 60-day stay of execution for hundreds of thousands of public pools which had been required to install ramps and wheelchair lifts by today or else face lawsuits over violating disability laws.
With talk growing of another release of oil from the U.S.'s Strategic Petroleum Reserve, it's worth reviewing recent history.
One of the nation's top tea party activists said Thursday that Newt Gingrich should stay in the nomination race to ensure that Mitt Romney can't accumulate the magic number of delegates needed to become the Republican presidential candidate.
By John Solomon
How the government's punishing of the exposure of official wrongdoing can linger for years