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Latest Republican Party Items
After flirting with a late entry into the 2012 Republican presidential sweepstakes, former New York Gov. George Pataki said Friday he wil not seek the nomination.
Four Republican senators are asking the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's inspector general to investigate the agency's chairman for what they say is a continued pattern of withholding information from colleagues and acting unilaterally on the commission's behalf.
Freshman Rep. Tim Scott on Thursday said that, as a black American, he's proud of President Obama's accomplishments, but that Mr. Obama is failing as a leader.
Despite a new rival's surge, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is campaigning as though he's still the GOP presidential front-runner, focusing his criticisms on President Obama, taking few risks and keeping most proposals vague enough to leave ample maneuvering room.
Sen. James M. Inhofe, Oklahoma Republican and a leading conservative voice in Congress on climate issues, said GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney should stop trying to "play both sides" on key environmental issues.
New Hampshire's embattled GOP chairman says he won't resign despite pressure to quit from top party leaders.
Republicans, sensing they have a shot at winning the House seat from New York City vacated by disgraced former Rep. Anthony D. Weiner for the first time since the 1920s, are taking the unusual step of spending campaign money in the heavily Democratic district.
Dissatisfied Republicans who have flitted from Donald Trump to Herman Cain to Rep. Michele Bachmann this year may have found their man in Rick Perry: The Texas governor, in the race for less than a month, holds double-digit leads in two major polls released Wednesday.
There are those who grasp genuine grassroots power. Though he has only been in office since January, Rep. Tim Scott - a self-described "strong conservative" - already is a canny, amiable presence on the 2012 campaign trail.