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- Bill O’Reilly reminds: Nelson Mandela ‘was a communist’
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Once a tense rivalry, the relationship between President Obama and Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton has evolved into a genuine political and policy partnership. Both sides have a strong incentive in making the alliance work, especially in an election year.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney says the U.S. should do everything it can to protect a Chinese activist who escaped house arrest and was reported to be hiding in the U.S. Embassy in Beijing.
While some political analysts speculate that Mitt Romney's massive wealth could hurt him with working-class voters this fall, others think the Republican presidential hopeful's wild success could turn out to be one of his greatest assets.
Pollster John Zogby grades the president's week and how the week's events affect his re-election chances.
Why so glum, chum? Haven't you heard? Mitt Romney's arrived, and he's serious this time.
Former Sen. George Allen stuck to a mostly positive message of economic growth, energy independence and individual freedom Saturday, largely ignoring jabs from his GOP rivals in the first debate featuring all four Republican candidates running for Virginia's U.S. Senate seat.
Mitt Romney's finally the last man standing, and he finally found the voice he'll need to overcome the formidable Democratic weapons of money, guilt and gilt.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., settling into his role as the president's campaign attack dog, blasted Republican Mitt Romney Thursday for embracing what Mr. Biden said were dangerous unilateral foreign policy views that would lead the United States into more costly wars such as the conflict in Iraq.
As the presidential campaign of Newt Gingrich persevered despite no realistic prospect of victory, the former House speaker spent lavishly on the trappings of a more-successful, high-profile campaign, spending more on travel and security in March than Mitt Romney did, records show.