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- Kremlin blocks opposition websites; Kasparov fears Putin plans ‘something drastic’
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- Jeffrey Corzine, son of ex-N.J. governor, dead at 31
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Florida, the site of last Monday's GOP debate and host of another showdown next week, is squarely in the 2012 campaign spotlight for the next few days - and with good reason, according to first-term Republican Gov. Rick Scott.
The odds of America's vital and intertwined trade, manufacturing and economic-recovery issues being discussed seriously during this presidential campaign have been looking like the stock market.
Monday's debate in Tampa proved one thing: The fight for the Republican nomination for president is a two-man matchup. For most of the evening, the spotlight was on Texas Gov. Rick Perry and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, and the post-debate commentary has centered on which one of those two came out better. While the Texan is still the front-runner, the Florida showdown ended in a draw, and Mr. Perry was on the receiving end of some painful body blows.
President Obama's top political adviser said Tuesday that none of the president's Republican challengers has much to say about how they're going to create jobs.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Mitt Romney picked up Monday night where they left off in their last debate encounter, with the two GOP heavyweights engaging in a testy exchange over Social Security.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, fresh from picking up former rival Tim Pawlenty's endorsement, criticized the Obama administration's links to organized labor, arguing that a National Labor Relations Board's complaint against Boeing is White House payback to unions.
Meghan McCain supports Romney's presidential bid
Take a breather, Iowa and New Hampshire.