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  • Evangelist Pat Robertson is seen at left as Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney campaigns at the Military Aviation Museum in Virginia Beach, Va., Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

    Netflix to release Mitt Romney documentary 'Mitt'

    Netflix has released the trailer for the much-anticipated documentary "Mitt," based on the six years leading up to Mitt Romney's loss in the 2012 presidential race against President Obama.


  • **FILE** President Obama (right) and Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney exchange views during the second presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., on Oct. 16, 2012. (Associated Press)

    EDITORIAL: Motor City meltdown

    Another day and another of President Obama's campaign boasts bites the dust. While out on the hustings last year, Mr. Obama pummeled Mitt Romney for writing a 2008 op-ed column in The New York Times titled "Let Detroit Go Bankrupt."


  • GUNNING FOR A RUN: Rep. Steve King of Iowa takes Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas (right), a prospective Republican presidential candidate, on a pheasant hunt in Mr. King's home state, which will decide early winners and losers. (Associated Press photographs)

    2016 already well underway as GOP hopefuls beat path to Iowa

    The contest to become the 2016 Republican presidential nominee is a jump ball in Iowa, where even with the caucuses more than two years away, potential candidates are making the trek to see and be seen by the voters who will decide the first cut.


  • Josh Romney pulled four people from a car wreck on Thanksgiving on his way home from dinner Thursday night. (Image: Twitter, Josh Romney)

    Josh Romney to the rescue! Mitt's son pulls four from mangled SUV

    Mitt Romney's son Josh wasn't expecting to pull four people from a mangled SUV on Thanksgiving — but that's exactly what he did.


  • A poll says contemporary voters may pine for what would have been: Here's Mitt Romney's "transition" White House website, which disappeared when he lost the 2012 election to President Obama. (Romney Readiness Project)

    Inside the Beltway: 'Miss me yet?' now applies to Mitt Romney

    "Smaller, simpler, smarter. Believe in America." That was the official motto of "Office of the President-Elect," a website launched by Mitt Romney's campaign in late October 2012. It was publicly visible for a time, but quickly deactivated after Mr. Romney lost the election. Now the public appears to have had a Romney renaissance of sorts.


  • Rep. Paul Ryan (right), Wisconsin Republican, talks with Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad after presenting him with a cheesehead hat during Mr. Branstad's birthday bash and fundraiser on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013, in Altoona, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

    Back in Iowa, Rep. Paul Ryan finds himself at a political crossroads

    Despite being on the losing 2012 presidential ticket, Rep. Paul Ryan's White House prospects have not dimmed in Iowa, where Republican insiders say he will get a strong look in the 2016 caucuses if he takes a crack at the nation's top elected office.


  • Ann Romney manhandles Mitt for mulling another White House run

    2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney described his run last year as a "fabulous" experience Friday, but asked whether he might do it again, his wife Ann took matters into her own hands.


  • ** FILE ** Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. (Associated Press)

    Mitt Romney: Illegal immigrants should have path to citizenship

    2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, who called for a vague "self-deportation" policy for those in the country illegally during the Republican primary campaign, said Friday that illegal immigrants should be offered an eventual path to citizenship, once again entering a debate that has bitterly divided the Republican party in recent years.


  • ** FILE ** Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney makes a point on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012, at a campaign rally in Mount Vernon, Ohio, as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie looks on. (Associated Press)

    Mitt Romney: 'They don't come better than Chris Christie'

    Mitt Romney pushed back Sunday against talk of any ill will between himself and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, lauding Mr. Christie's record as a Republican in a blue state and saying, "They don't come better than Chris Christie."


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