Rep. Dennis Kucinich has introduced a bill that would require cell phones to warn consumers how much radiation is coming from their phones, saying that until science can disprove a link to cancer, the public should be told more information.
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South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice are among seven Republicans who have secured top speaking slots at the party's convention later this month in Tampa, the Republican National Committee announced Monday.
Missouri U.S. Senate candidate John Brunner is the slight favorite going into Tuesday's Republican primary, according to a poll released Sunday night.
Mitt Romney raised $101.3 million in July, his campaign announced Monday, besting President Obama's total of slightly more than $75 million and marking the third consecutive month the Republican challenger has brought in more money than Mr. Obama.
Comedian and former CNN talk show host D.L. Hughley, pitching a new book that is critical of conservatives – especially tea party activists – is a fan of President Obama, but he thinks the former law school professor needs to learn when to take off the kid gloves.
A former senior adviser to President George W. Bush on Saturday criticized the Obama campaign on the president's lack of economic credentials and slammed Democrats who have questioned whether Republican challenger Mitt Romney pays taxes.
The Ohio Democratic party is taking direct aim at Josh Mandel's credibility with a new press release joking that the Republican Senate hopeful has been endorsed by the "boy who cried wolf."
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The Ted Cruz national victory tour is underway.
Media bias has gone from bad to ridiculous. During Mitt Romney's overseas visit earlier this week, 86 percent of the coverage on ABC, CBS and NBC "emphasized Romney's perceived gaffes," according to a content analysis of 21 major news stories by the Media Research Center, which also compared Mr. Romney's trip to a similar excursion made by President Obama in 2008.
The U.S. Senate race in Indiana between Rep. Joe Donnelly, Indiana Democrat, and Republican state treasurer Richard Mourdock is a statistical dead heat, according to a Rasmussen reports poll released Friday.
Add another duo to the list of odd political bedfellows.
Cass Sunstein, the Obama administration's regulatory czar, will leave the post later this month to return to Harvard Law School, the White House said Friday.
Presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney said Friday that the latest jobs report, showing the unemployment rate ticked up to 8.3 percent, is more proof that President Obama's big government policies have failed to speed up the economic recovery and get people back to work.