The leader of a national tea party group suggested Monday that Republican might want to start exploring whether it is too late to replace Mitt Romney atop the party's ticket after one of the campaign's top advisers argued that the individual mandate in the President Obama's health care law is not a tax.
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The two men leading Congress' investigation into Fast and Furious said Friday they see signs the administration is retaliating against the whistle-blowers who first shed light on the botched gunwalking operation that has President Obama and Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. under fire.
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Mitt Romney's presidential camp said Friday that the money continues to flow into the presumptive GOP nominee's campaign coffers in the wake of the Supreme Court's ruling that upheld most of President Obama's controversial health care law.
Let the anti-Obamacare rallies begin. Americans for Prosperity plans to hold a "Hands Off My Health Care" rally on the steps of the Colorado state capitol here Friday, a day after the Supreme Court ruled constitutional the Affordable Health Care Act's individual mandate, now known as a tax.
A new generation of American children thinks having a black president is no big deal because Barack Obama "is all they've ever known," first lady Michelle Obama told a gathering of black church leaders Thursday.
House Democrats on Thursday sought to punish Rep. Darrell Issa, the man leading the investigation into President Obama's administration, demanding that the chamber reprimand him for the way he's operated.
Leading House Republicans vowed to escalate the fight against President Obama's health care law, saying they're more intent than ever to repeal the whole thing after the Supreme Court upheld its constitutionality Thursday.
Conservatives upset by the Supreme Court's decision to uphold most of the 2010 health care law are furiously cutting checks to Mitt Romney's campaign.
The Supreme Court decision upholding the heart of President Obama's health care law landed with a thud at a major gathering of pro-life activists in Arlington on Thursday.
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President Obama called Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, as well as Colorado Springs Mayor Steve Bach, Wednesday afternoon to get an update on the devastating wildfires that are raging in the region, forcing frantic evacuation orders for more than 32,000 residents, including the U.S. Air Force Academy.
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