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As Gingrich Leaves Stage, Obama Campaign Says Thanks For The Memories

On the day Newt Gingrich finally gets out of the way of Mitt Romney, the Democrats have offered a parting gift of sorts from the former House speaker to the presumptive Republican nominee.
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Obama Accused Of Politicizing Bin Laden's Death

It should be no surprise that President Obama would tout the death of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden as part of his re-election campaign. But when he added a critique of his Republican challenger Mitt Romney, critics pounced.
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In Mass. Senate Race, Warren On The Defensive Over Native American Heritage

Democrat Elizabeth Warren says that when she was growing up in Oklahoma, her family always told her that she's part Cherokee. A genealogist has found a record indicating Warren is 1/32 Native American. Some critics are insinuating she may have used her heritage to advance her career.
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Politics Not Far From Obama, Romney On Bin Laden Anniversary

Eight years ago, it was President George W. Bush who rode national security to re-election by raising doubts about his 2004 Democratic challenger, Sen. John Kerry, This year, however, the tables have turned. It's the Democrat in the White House who is challenging Republicans on what has been a traditional area of GOP strength.
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'There's A Wild And Crazy Man' Inside Mitt Romney, His Wife Says

"I still look at him as the boy that I met in high school when he was playing all the jokes and really just being crazy, pretty crazy," Ann Romney said today on CBS.
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Gingrich Says Goodbye To 2012 Campaign In New Video

He's giving supporters "an insider advanced notice that on Wednesday I'll be officially suspending the campaign." And he's using the message to say, again, that reelecting President Obama "would be a genuine disaster."

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Adviser: Romney's VP 'Short List' Could Contain 20 Names

If history holds, Mitt Romney is still months away from announcing a vice presidential running mate on the Republican ticket. But he continues to make appearances with those who could be on the so-called short list. Or in Romney's case, it may still be a rather long list.

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