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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell stormed the national stage in 2009 as symbols of the GOP's anti-Obama momentum, but with both now under federal investigation, Republicans' unity is shattered and strategists and fellow officeholders struggle to contain the damage.
Former New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani accused Democrats Sunday of conducting a “partisan witch hunt” against New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
John Miller, who recently left CBS News after a much-criticized story on the National Security Agency for "60 Minutes," has become the poster child for what's wrong with the revolving door between journalism and government.
Suddenly, out of nowhere, everyone's talking about Mike Huckabee making a repeat run for the White House. Well, not everyone. Mostly, it's Mike Huckabee talking about Mike Huckabee.
Michael B. Mukasey feels betrayed. The attorney general under President George W. Bush gave his personal assurance to the president of the Iranian resistance that its dissidents would be protected by Iraqi troops, not massacred by Iraqi gunmen.
The chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations this week demanded that Iraq's prime minister rescue seven Iranian hostages held near Baghdad and protect more than 3,000 other dissidents from attacks.
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With the simultaneous rise of liberals in President Obama's Democratic coalition and Rand Paul-style libertarianism among Republicans, concern over government intrusiveness has moved to the forefront, sparking a debate that would have seemed unimaginable during the cocaine wars or in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Former New York Mayor David Dinkins said in a memoir due for release at the end of the summer that he lost his re-election bid to Rudolph W. Giuliani for one reason, and one reason alone: racism.