- Pennsylvania Rep. Chaka Fattah vows to fight federal subpoena
- Ron Paul: CIA spying is a result of a distrustful, big government
- Mike Huckabee: Opposing abortion is ‘how we save this republic’
- Obama pitches to middle class with overtime pay action
- Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee claims Constitution is 400 years old
- Unemployment, job creation top biggest problems in America: poll
- Twitter crashes for second time in nine days
- Charles Manson associate Bruce Davis granted parole
- Israeli warplanes pound 29 Palestinian sites in Gaza: ‘Direct hits’ confirmed
- Eric Holder to give thumbs-up to drop jail time for drug offenders
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Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey said the Obama administration is releasing and leaking too much information about terror plots and intelligence operations, including details about the foiled underwear bomber who turned out to be a double agent working with the CIA.
As voters go to the polls in 10 states across the country today, an upbeat Newt Gingrich said he's optimistic about his chances in his longtime home state of Georgia, said he was in the race for the long haul and predicted he even would pick up delegates in Ohio, where polls show him running well behind front-runners Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum.
Mitt Romney said Monday the negative, combative tone of the 2012 Republican presidential campaign is a reflection of how concerned most voters are about the country's direction under President Obama.
Sen. Mark Warner said Thursday that he believes Republicans and Democrats in Washington still can hammer out a long-term, deficit-reduction deal this year, despite election-year posturing and the partisan gridlock that has handcuffed Congress in recent months.
Newt Gingrich, responding Wednesday to comments from House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi that he has no shot at winning the presidency, said his campaign makes his former House colleague and other Democrats "hysterical."
Newt Gingrich on Wednesday dismissed President Obama's State of the Union speech the previous night as little more than election-year fodder.
Rep. Allen B. West took to the airwaves Monday to defend former House Speaker Newt Gingrich against charges from a top Democrat that Mr. Gingrich used racist "code words" to fuel his double-digit win over the weekend in the South Carolina Republican primary.
South Carolina Rep. Tim Scott hasn't given his highly-coveted endorsement in this week's Republican presidential primary in his state, but the first-term congressman said in an interview Wednesday he had no problems with the rough-and-tumble tone of the race so far, saying it will benefit the party's eventual nominee next fall.
Billionaire Donald Trump said Wednesday he still is considering running for the presidency in 2012.