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Wall Street might no longer be "occupied," but the toxin of class warfare that fueled the movement continues to spread. According to a new Pew Research Center survey, about two-thirds of Americans believe strong conflicts exist between the rich and the poor. The number of those most emphatic on this point has doubled in just the past 18 months.
Republican presidential candidates and their deep-pocketed allies are spending millions in South Carolina on attack ads ahead of the state's pivotal primary on Jan. 21. And in a state known for brutal campaign tactics, the savaging has only just begun.
The South Carolina Tea Party Coalition descends on Myrtle Beach this weekend for a bustling convention.
Staples is now the world's largest office-supply company, but in the 1980s it was a startup having trouble attracting investors — until it came to Bain Capital, an investment firm founded and run at the time by Mitt Romney.
At first glance, South Carolina seems like a place where attacks on Mitt Romney's experience at the helm of a venture capital firm that cut jobs would resonate in the GOP primary.
Mitt Romney has won a major victory in New Hampshire. He is the first non-incumbent Republican to capture both Iowa and the Granite State - a historic achievement. He has the money, momentum, organization and - perhaps most importantly - the air of inevitability going into South Carolina. Barring an unexpected development, the former Massachusetts governor is poised to be the Republican presidential nominee.
Fresh off his win in New Hampshire, Mitt Romney arrived in South Carolina on Wednesday sounding ever more like the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, launching straight into an attack on President Obama.
Republican presidential hopefuls assailing Mitt Romney for his time spent as a leveraged-buyout specialist at Bain Capital got a helping hand Wednesday from President Obama.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said he anticipates finishing in the "top three or four" in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary and going on to confront front-runner Mitt Romney head-on in South Carolina.