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Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II will be the first to tell you he isn't afraid to stick his neck out and criticize fellow Republicans or those of similar political persuasions.
Forget about "inevitable." Is Mitt Romney a fierce conservative or an agile, middle-of-the-road guy? As the Republican hopeful barrels down the campaign trail and toward a spate of fundraisers in New York and New Jersey, strategically minded Democrats wonder how to categorize President Obama's rival-in-chief.
It isn't what you say that counts, but who you say it about.
The American people understandably are upset about high oil prices that have forced up the price of gasoline, straining family budgets and hurting struggling businesses.
Gather around, boys and girls, for another quick lesson in real-world Nugenomics 101. Not "if" but "when"gas prices soar to four bucks a gallon this summer, the impact to our economy will be thunderous.
After the big success of "Killing Lincoln," Bill O'Reilly is back on the case of a presidential assassination.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has accused President Obama of considering America "just another nation." To other GOP politicians running for the White House, Mr. Obama has apologized for the United States and is presiding over the nation's decline. Now comes the counteroffensive.
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly has signed on to write two more books, including a presidential history.
The Wall Street protest against economic inequality has a chaotic and complicated relationship with media that has helped spread its message across the world from a small Manhattan park.