The big winner in Monday's debate wasn't even on the stage here at St. Anselm College. At least that's the take of the leaders of the Tea Party Patriots, one of the largest branches of the grassroots limited-government movement.
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While both Democrats and Republicans continue to say that ongoing bipartisan deficit reduction talks between Congress and the White House have gone well, a major sticking point remains: whether or not to raise taxes.
On a campaign swing through South Florida Monday night, President Obama acknowledged that his record in office may have discouraged people who supported him in 2008.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, a high profile government watchdog group, on Monday joined a growing chorus of those demanding embattled Rep. Anthony Weiner resign.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor on Monday said ongoing bipartisan deficit reduction talks between Congress and the White House have gone well and gave much of credit to lead negotiator Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.
President Obama acknowledged Monday that the job is making him go gray.
The No. 2 Republican in the House on Monday called on Democratic leaders to remove party colleague Rep. Anthony Weiner from his committee post if the disgraced lawmaker doesn't resign.
As President Obama tours a renewable energy firm in North Carolina Monday, a new poll finds he's "well-positioned" to carry the Tar Heel state again in 2012.
The Obama administration broke its silence Monday regarding embattled Rep. Anthony Weiner, calling the New York Democrat a "distraction" but stopping short of calling for his resignation.
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman promised Saturday that if he’s ever elected president, there will be a Harley Davidson motorcycle parked at the White House.
While a growing bipartisan chorus of Capitol Hill lawmakers say embattled Rep. Anthony Weiner should resign, a majority of his constituents say otherwise, a new poll says.
The White House on Thursday defended President Obama's decision to invite to the Oval Office an African leader who is suspected of widespread corruption, arguing that Gabon has made significant reforms under President Ali Bongo Ondimba, whose tiny nation holds the presidency of the U.N. Security Council this month.
An Ohio restaurant that President Obama touted last week as having benefited from his expansion of the auto industry bailout is going out of business after 70 years of serving residents in Toledo.
University of Virginia political guru Larry Sabato thinks that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's potential BFF in the race for the GOP presidential nomination could be no other than Rep. Michele Bachmann, the hard-charging conservative from Minnesota.
The vice-chair of Sen. John McCain's 2008 presidential team in New Hampshire told The Washington Times Wednesday that he thinks former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin will take a pass on running for president.