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Topic - Lincoln Day
Locked into a fierce GOP primary fight that has Democrats dreaming of an unexpected chance to pick up a U.S. Senate seat, Sen. Richard G. Lugar of Indiana is struggling to deflect an onslaught of attacks by tea-party sympathizers trying to oust him in favor of state Treasurer Richard Mourdock.
The one-time winner of the NBC show "America's Got Talent" has decided to make another stab at politics.
A day after the first big debate of their presidential nominating campaign, Republicans sounded more enthusiastic about their field than before, but some say the big winner was one potential candidate who was not on the stage: Rick Perry.
Republican officials say Donald Trump will address the party's Lincoln Day dinner as part of his first foray into Iowa as a possible presidential contender.
The Texas governor, in Manhattan on Tuesday to give the keynote address at the Republican Partys annual Lincoln Day dinner, told Fox News earlier that his wife and others have urged him to consider running and he is "giving it the appropriate thought."