In the new Washington Post/ABC News poll, likely voters prefer President Obama over Mitt Romney on counter-terrorism by double digits, 51% to 40%.
Israel’s prime minister, ratcheting up a public feud with the U.S. over Iran, made it clear Tuesday that he was dissatisfied with Washington’s refusal to spell out what would provoke a U.S.-led military strike against Iranian nuclear facilities.
State tax revenue in the last fiscal year fell $253 million short of Gov. Chris Christie’s projections, according to legislative report released Monday, raising fresh doubts about the governor’s proposed income tax cut.
Mitt Romney’s stance on the Affordable Care Act, “Obamacare” depends on his audience.
In the wake of the Democratic convention, the Republican candidate again promised to “cut the deficit and get us back on track to a balanced budget.”
The media tells us on a daily basis, there is no enthusiasm for Obama.
“Some mornings I don’t even feel like coming to work but I gotta go ‘cause I gotta support my family,” said Raymond Clark.
By being ‘the party of no’ to Obama on jobs, stimulus, healthcare and all, the GOP has left Romney with no positive offer to voters.
Bill Clinton systematically dismantles Mitt Romney’s case for throwing President Obama out of office — both the attacks on Obama’s record, and the GOP’s forward-looking policy agenda.
Survey shows private businesses beat economists’ forecasts before closely watched release of nonfarm payrolls on Friday.
The unprecedented attacks against African Americans and Latinos right to vote, by well-funded and highly organized groups linked to the Tea Party and other right wing groups, has resulted in both communities joining forces to defend our constitutional right to vote.
Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, is expected to address the conference this week. And in an effort to prove that its nuclear program is peaceful, Iran is offering special tours of some of its nuclear sites.
“It wouldn’t be my speech,” Mr. Paul said. “That would undo everything I’ve done in the last 30 years. I don’t fully endorse him for president.”
RNC Attendee Tossed for Allegedly Throwing Peanuts at Black CNN Camerawoman and Yelling ‘This Is How We Feed Animals’
Tuesday afternoon, an attendee at the Republican National Convention in Tampa threw peanuts at a black female CNN camerawoman and shouted at her “This is how we feed animals,” according to David Schuster of Take Action News, who’s attending the RNC and first reported the incident on Twitter.