The vocal leader of Tea Party Nation has a message for Herman Cain: leave the Republican presidential race.
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Rep. Michele Bachmann plans to roll out her foreign-policy approach Thursday in South Carolina, but in remarks she made earlier this week, she staked out a position that could mean ending foreign assistance to Israel, generally considered the biggest U.S. ally in the Middle East and one that most GOP candidates defend.
A new Rasmussen Reports poll may portend bad news for Herman Cain, the Republican presidential contender who has been dogged in recent day by allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior in the 1990s. The poll also paints a pretty dismal picture of political ethics in general.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, chairman of the Republican Governors Association, and Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, chairman of the Democratic Governors Association, offered up distinctly different takes on Tuesday's election results.
President Obama's spokesman Jay Carney is downplaying White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley's decision to hand over some of his duties to senior aide Peter Rouse.
Sen. John McCain is taking President Obama and French President Nicolas Sarkozy to task for negative comments the two made about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that were caught on a "hot mic" during the G-20 summit last week.
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain is striking back against Sharon Bialek, the Chicago-area woman who claims that Mr. Cain inappropriately touched her in 1997.
Even if Arizona Senate President Russell Pearce loses his recall fight Tuesday, there's a good chance he could be back in the state Legislature a year from now.
One of the two women who accused Herman Cain of sexual harassment in the 1990s said through her attorney Friday that she will not be airing her side of the story.
Is Herman Cain bulletproof?
As speculation swirls in New York over which two of the state's 29 congressional seats will be eviscerated next year because of redistricting, Long Island Rep. Steve Israel appears confident it won't be his.
Herman Cain brushed off the notion Friday that he is a hired mouthpiece for the corporate interests of the industrialist Koch brothers, calling the big-time conservative political donors his "brothers."
George Renshaw, 89, was never actually admitted to the hospital even though he spent four days there.
The Obama administration has failed to meet more than half of the new health care law's deadlines, from submitting plans for new, value-based Medicare purchasing programs to publishing criteria for determining the medically underserved.
Focusing its political laser-beam on Mitt Romney, the Democrat Party is accusing the top-tier presidential candidate of supporting a Mississippi ballot measure defining life as beginning at conception.