President Obama attacked Republican rival Mitt Romney's budget math during a campaign rally in New Hampshire Monday. The Granite State has just four electoral votes, but it's expected to be hotly contested in November. The two presidential candidates also tangled over immigration policy on the same day the Supreme Court struck down portions of Arizona's immigration law.
The term "Chicago politics" gets bandied about whenever people complain about what they see as corruption and abuse of power. But what does it actually mean? These four books examine the city's hardball approach to politics through various lenses.
The Supreme Court today rejected a bid to reconsider its controversial Citizens United ruling on corporate money in politics. Montana had objected to it, citing state history of corporate money corruption in politics. Critics of Citizens United had had their hopes up, but no more.
After the Supreme Court released its decision on the Arizona immigration law, Mitt Romney's campaign released a statement in which the former Massachusetts governor accused President Obama of a failure of leadership on immigration. Romney was in Arizona today for a fundraiser. All Things Considered host Audie Cornish talks with NPR's Mara Liasson.
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