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Why Is Times Columnist Gail Collins So Obsessed With Mitt Romney's Dog?

New York Times columnist Gail Collins has already cited the dog in just shy of three dozen columns. She says such moments can reveal character — in this case, Romney's rigid emphasis on efficiency.
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Gingrich Fights Back Against GOP Attack Ads

GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is accusing his Republican opponents of what he says is reprehensible behavior — running attack ads in Iowa against the former House Speaker. Before a crowd of supporters in Hiawatha, Iowa, Gingrich stressed that the negative GOP attack ads are bad for the party and bad for voters.
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Negative Ads Hammer Positive Gingrich Campaign

Polls show that Newt Gingrich's once-sizable lead in Iowa has collapsed over the past couple of weeks. During that time, rivals have been hitting the former House speaker hard with negative ads, but Gingrich say's he'll stick with his pledge to remain positive.
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To Win Over Iowans, Gingrich Aims At Judges

GOP presidential contender Newt Gingrich has made overhauling the judiciary one of his key proposals on the stump. It's an issue that has special resonance in Iowa, where the judiciary became a potent political issue after the state Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage.
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5 Things You May Not Know About Rick Santorum

You may know that Santorum is a self-described "champion of faith and families, a defender of the taxpayer and a believer in American Exceptionalism." But there may be a few things you don't know.
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Two Weeks Before Caucuses, Many Iowans Still Wavering

The race may feel more fluid than usual this year, but just as many caucus-goers were undecided this late in the game four years ago.

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