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Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, speaks at Lansing Community College in Lansing, Mich., on Tuesday, May 8, 2012. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

Romney says Obama is no Bill Clinton

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said Tuesday that the Obama administration has revived a strain of old-school liberalism that puts its brand of politics far to the left of former President Bill Clinton.

**FILE** New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (Associated Press)

Female leaders in N.J. take pay-equity fight to Christie

Democratic women leaders in New Jersey called for Gov. Chris Christie, a key surrogate and potential running mate for Mitt Romney, on Tuesday to say whether he supports equal pay legislation for women in the state, in an effort to localize the gender gap in the race for the White House and warn women voters nationwide against a Romney-Christie ticket.

Dick Morris

Dick Morris: 'Landslide' for Romney

Former Clinton pollster Dick Morris, on Fox News Monday night to talk about two new polls that show Mitt Romney running neck-and-neck with President Obama, told host Sean Hannity that the former Massachusetts governor is headed for a landslide victory in November.

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (right) and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum argue a point Feb. 22, 2012, during a Republican presidential debate in Mesa, Ariz. (Associated Press)

Dems gleefully revive Santorum's Romney slams

Democrats are having fun rehashing some of the stinging criticism Rick Santorum's leveled at Mitt Romney in the GOP nomination race, just hours before the former rivals are scheduled to try to bury the hatchet during a private meeting in Pittsburgh.

Roseanne Barr (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)

With Gingrich gone, only 380 presidential wannabes left

The presidential race is now down to just a few hundred candidates now that Newt Gingrich has staged his finale and left the campaign trail. Yes, it’s true. There are still 380 hopefuls on the list of those who pine to be president, according to the Federal Election Commission.

RNC campaign parodies Obama '08 sticker

The Republican National Committee is getting ahead of President Obama's official campaign kickoff in Ohio and Virginia on Saturday with a media blitz labeling his re-election drive the "Hype & Blame" tour.