President Obama says he's a one-barber kind of man. During a town-hall meeting in Cincinnati Monday, Mr. Obama refused an offer from a barber in the audience who offered to cut his hair.
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Billionaire businessman and Mitt Romney supporter Donald Trump said Monday morning that the GOP nominee should release more of his tax returns — as soon as President Obama releases his college records.
The nation's governors launched their weekend gathering in Williamsburg, Va., with a press release touting bipartisanship, but by Saturday afternoon it was clear the Republican and Democratic executives are as divided over the Obama administration's health care law as the rest of the country.
A new poll released Saturday shows Barack Obama and Mitt Romney locked in a virtual deadheat in Florida, a state the president won in 2008.
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Six Democratic senators announced Friday they have co-sponsored legislation to require the U.S. Olympic team wear American-made uniforms.
Liberal financier George Soros last month gave $1 million to a Democratic super PAC, breaking a silence from the Democratic heavy hitter and marking a willingness to give to the unlimited-money vessels, which many liberals despise, records released Friday showed.
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