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Earmarks are too important to be shut down entirely.
The Obama administration's contraceptive requirements aren't just bad politics, they're unconstitutional.
Romney and Paul attack Santorum's conservative cred.
GOP voter turnout down as Romney's negative ads fall on deaf ears.
The United States will not be able to offset the rise in foreign demand for oil; it must adapt instead.
ATLANTA (AP) — The Georgia presidential primary may not be a slam dunk for Republican hopeful Newt Gingrich, a congressman from the state for two decades. Rival Mitt Romney is signaling that the biggest prize on Super Tuesday could be up for grabs.
CLEVELAND (AP) — Newt Gingrich, suddenly in danger of losing his perch as Mitt Romney's strongest GOP challenger, is fine-tuning his presidential campaign to place more emphasis on raising money, guarding his home turf and trying to avoid nasty quarrels with the front-runner.
The Obama administration's new mandate that religious organizations pay for their workers' birth control has become a bludgeon for Republican culture warriors, as social issues have surged to the forefront in the presidential campaign.
DENVER (AP) — A 20-year-old college student tried to throw glitter on Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney as he greeted supporters in Denver following Colorado's caucuses.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A national group of Latino public officeholders is projecting that 12.2 million Hispanics will vote in the general election this November.