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Even as another day of anti-U.S. violence saw seven NATO troops hurt in Afghanistan, the Obama administration on Sunday vowed to remain heavily involved in the country and defended the president's handling of a crisis sparked by the inadvertent burning by American troops of Muslim holy books.
Worried about the political threat of rising gas prices, Democrats scrambled over the weekend to push back against the GOP's latest line of attack on the White House: connecting consumers' pain at the pump with President Obama.
CNN founder Ted Turner is opposing construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, which would be built close to his buffalo ranch in South Dakota.
Pursuing his attack on rival Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney Thursday blasted the former senator's defense that he often had to vote against his principles while serving in Congress in order to "take one for the team."
The mainstream media is bored with Republican presidential discourse and already has declared that CNN's big debate on Wednesday was the "last one." It was not.
There is another horripilation on the campaign trail. Someone has told a joke that has roused the virtue police. I am speaking of the virtue police who are working for the grim forces of political correctitude. They do not find the joke very funny. The jokester is a supporter of Rick Santorum's, and now he, too, is on the hot seat for it. Late last week, his supporter, the amiable Foster Friess, perpetrated the joke.
Under fire after a strong February, former Sen. Rick Santorum found himself on the defensive as his opponents said his tough conservative talk on the campaign trail was belied by his record during his time in Congress, particularly on spending.
Welcome to another Republican presidential debate, the twentieth for the remaining candidates, and the seventh hosted by CNN, which broadcasts the two-hour scrum from Mesa, Ariz., at 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday, moderated by John King.
Rep. Ron Paul, in an appearance Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union," said he has no plans to drop out of the Republican presidential field despite being the only remaining candidate who has not won a contest.