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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Frank Luntz
The majority of Americans on both sides of the political aisle agree that Iran's nuclear program, whether for energy or weapons, is the biggest threat facing the United States in the Middle East, a new poll shows.
Fully six in 10 of Americans participating in a new poll say House Speaker John Boehner should leave his post in the House.
Pentagon general counsel Jeh Johnson is leading a major effort to plug news leaks and recently sent a memorandum to all Defense Department employees requesting that they all search their computers for information about contacts with reporters, according to defense officials familiar with the memo.
Longtime "Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek thinks there's something actually powerful about the 15 media heavies, former political operatives and celebrities who will play for charity when the show tapes its "Power Players Week" episodes at DAR Constitution Hall this weekend.
Female voters generally turn out at a lower rate than men in Republican primaries, but not in South Carolina, where in past elections estimates say they have made up about half of the electorate — more than all but a few other states.
The potent, promising allure of Iowa has drawn all the Republican hopefuls to a pair of significant events this weekend — all except roguish Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman Jr., that is, who prefer New Hampshire.
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr., looking to jump-start a slumbering presidential campaign, ripped into his Republican rivals Sunday, saying the field has "zero substance" and saving his harshest comments for front-runners Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry.
Brace for impact. Ann Coulter has written her eighth book, "Demonic: How the Liberal Mob is Endangering America."
President Obama's approval ratings have risen in recent days, but he was still a punching bag Thursday night for the Republican contenders who squared off in the nation's first official 2012 presidential debate.
President Obama's State of the Union address was his best opportunity since his midterm "shellacking" to seriously address the debt and deficit issues that threaten America's economic stability now and far
Your editorial "Hedging on global warming" (Comment & Analysis, Monday) on science adviser John Holdren's suggestion that "climate disruption" more accurately reflects the consequences of overloading the atmosphere with carbon dioxide, ignored science and history.
Got my vote
"Finally, we have found an issue of substance that both Democrats and Republicans agree on," said pollster and Republican strategist Frank Luntz, whose firm conducted the survey. "The fear of Iranian nuclear weapons unites just about everyone."
The finding mirrors the findings of pollster Frank Luntz, who said during a recent Fox News appearance that his test group was angry at the Republican Party for the shutdown, but largely gave President Obama a pass.