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Gingrich: Some 'Brand New Players' Might Emerge At GOP Convention

The former House speaker also says there's no reason for him to exit the race for the Republican presidential nomination. He has doubts about whether Mitt Romney will have enough delegates to be the nominee before the party's August convention.
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Lots Of GOP Money Flowing From The Texas Two

The latest Federal Election Commission reports shed new light on the political largesse of two Texas businessmen. One has contributed to three active GOP presidential candidates, including a new $1 million check to Rick Santorum's superPAC. The other just gave $3 million more to Mitt Romney's superPAC.
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Are High Gas Prices Part Of A Plot To Cut Consumption? Republicans Say So

Republicans are attacking President Obama and his team for allegedly saying they wanted energy prices to go up. The president scoffs at the charge. But some environmentalists say higher energy prices would be a good thing because they would spur the development of alternative technologies.
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Romney Adviser's 'Etch-A-Sketch' Comment Shakes Up Criticism From Rivals

Despite Mitt Romney's big win in Illinois, his campaign is on the defensive Wednesday after one of his senior advisers told CNN: "I think you hit a reset button for the fall campaign. Everything changes. It's almost like an Etch-A-Sketch — you can kind of shake it up and we start all over again."

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