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No break for candidates as Iowa caucuses near

It may be New Year's Eve weekend, but with the Iowa caucuses closing in, there will be no holiday for all but one of the Republican presidential candidates.

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Paul Assails Rivals’ Criticism of His Policy on Iran

Representative Ron Paul says that overreaction by the United States to Iran’s nuclear program could lead to a war.


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Santorum Gets `Glitter-Bombed’

JOHNSTON, Iowa -- Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum was greeted with a fistful of glitter as he arrived at his final campaign event on Friday night.

An unidentified man shouted “Stop the hate! Taste the rainbow!” as he threw glitter at the former Pennsylvania senator before being ushered out of Okoboji Grille, where Santorum was scheduled to watch the Iowa game against Oklahoma. Santorum nonchalantly brushed the purple glitter off his shoulders and walked away without acknowledging the man.

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Restore Our Future Attack Ads Harm Gingrich in Iowa

An advertising deluge against Newt Gingrich by a group supporting Mitt Romney shows how a court ruling has created powerful ways for outside money to influence elections.


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Gingrich’s Aides Urge Him to Fight Back Against Attack Ads

Newt Gingrich’s vow to stay positive draws applause at campaign stops, but his drop in the polls raises questions about that strategy.


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A New Hampshire Focus for Huntsman

Jon M. Huntsman Jr. has warmed to his identity as the Man Who Would Dare Skip Iowa.


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On Gay Rights, Obama Lets Surrogates Take the Lead

The president’s strategy recognizes that support for gay rights is growing, but aides said he was reluctant to be drawn into a culture-war issue in an election year.


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Obama to Delay Budget Request So Congress Can Comment

The delay is not expected to have any practical effect, but it accommodates the Congressional recess.


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No break for candidates as Iowa caucuses near

It may be New Year's Eve weekend, but with the Iowa caucuses closing in, there will be no...
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Paul Assails Rivals’ Criticism of His Policy on Iran

Representative Ron Paul says that overreaction by the United States to Iran’s nuclear...
article post

Santorum Gets `Glitter-Bombed’

JOHNSTON, Iowa -- Republican presidential candidate...
article post

Restore Our Future Attack Ads Harm Gingrich in Iowa

An advertising deluge against Newt Gingrich by a group supporting Mitt Romney shows how a...
article post

Gingrich’s Aides Urge Him to Fight Back Against Attack Ads

Newt Gingrich’s vow to stay positive draws applause at campaign stops, but his drop in...
article post

A New Hampshire Focus for Huntsman

Jon M. Huntsman Jr. has warmed to his identity as the Man Who Would Dare Skip...
article post

On Gay Rights, Obama Lets Surrogates Take the Lead

The president’s strategy recognizes that support for gay rights is growing, but aides...
article post

Obama to Delay Budget Request So Congress Can Comment

The delay is not expected to have any practical effect, but it accommodates the...
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