Rep. Michele Bachmann said that a longtime aide to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton may have ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and that the group is trying to infiltrate the US government.
Despite pressure – even within his party – to release the tax returns, the Romney campaign is standing pat. Responding to critics, Anne Romney said: 'We've given all you people need to know.'
With Rep. Ron Paul retiring this year, his epic battles with Federal Reserve chairmen are coming to an end. But his last run-in with Ben Bernanke took a more reflective turn.
The line may have been taken out of context. But it plays into the Romney campaign's main point of attack against the president: that he puts more faith in government than in private enterprise.
Once again, Washington's bipartisan, blue-ribbon, out-of-power elite gathers to urge Congress to break the gridlock and do the right thing on the nation's looming financial Armageddon.
Sarah Palin electrified the 2008 GOP convention, but many gaffes later, even conservative critics are wary of how a Palin speech in Tampa could impact the 2012 race and presumptive GOP standard-bearer, Mitt Romney.
President Obama failed to kiss his wife when a Kiss Cam focused on the First Couple Monday at a USA basketball exhibition in Washington. When the Kiss Cam turned its gaze on the couple a second time, the President gave Michelle Obama a big kiss.
Romney's refusal to release more tax returns is drawing sharper barbs from members of his own party. Could the vice presidential pick stem the criticism?
Beyonce stars in a new campaign ad reading a letter that praises First Lady Michelle Obama as a 'truly strong African-American woman.' According to a Gallup poll, Mrs. Obama is more popular than her husband.
Mitt Romney's campaign argues in a new memo that the Republican presidential candidate is catching up in his race with Barack Obama. The analysis varies depending on what polls are included in the assessment, but most experts say the race remains very close.
Condoleezza Rice probably won't be Mitt Romney's running mate. But all the speculation highlights just how starved this campaign is for excitement.
The Obama team may believe that keeping the focus on Mitt Romney's tenure at Bain serves to remind voters of his venture capital past. But evidence is scant that voters are swayed by this line of attack.