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WASHINGTON (AP) — Mitt Romney and his under-funded opponents are taking advantage of a weeklong lull in the Republican presidential nomination fight — no debate or primary is slated — to raise the money needed to carry out Super Tuesday strategies and compete in states beyond.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Despite criticism of Fannie Mae by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, his campaign accepted nearly $280,000 in donations raised by a registered lobbyist who once represented the government mortgage giant and whose clients now include a private equity firm and the drug company Pfizer.
Today's debates about contraception and inequality are intertwined in that the bring up the question of morality.
There's nothing wrong with raising questions, or showing skepticism: that is the hallmark of science.
Modest victories in Maine and at CPAC help Romney stop week-long stumble.
Some Paul supporters think he can still win in Maine.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Conservatives said Sunday the flap surrounding President Barack Obama's birth control mandate was far from over, with Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell saying he'll push to overturn the requirement because it was another example of government meddling.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Rick Santorum says he expects to do well in the next GOP presidential contests and will be in a two-man race with Mitt Romney.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Mitt Romney takes a hard line against congressional earmarks, but the GOP presidential front-runner had a more favorable view of federal pork-barrel spending when he was governor of Massachusetts.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — From the start, it's been a roller-coaster race for the Republican presidential nomination.