On gay rights, the royal wedding, and Isreal's mounting fears.
Authorities have confirmed tor the first time ever, that hackers attempted and almost succeeded at rigging a Miami primary vote, uncovering underlying security issues with the online voting systems of the future.
And the first promise of his campaign he's sure to break
He tells donors, "Everybody here almost by definition has lived out that American dream"
Network is getting nervous as he makes moves toward a presidential bid
The fringe candidate in 2008 filed his papers to form an exploratory committee
He calls Trump "the most exciting candidate in the race," but says he's no birther
The Republican party has not typically feared how race will play for them in national elections
Plus: The Apprentice's ratings get stronger; who'll investigate his investigators?
Obama's $1 billion reelection fundraising goal will be tougher without Wall Street
And a top Republican pollster turns down a job on Trump's campaign
Both of them should probably look elsewhere for advice
His boasts and outsiders' estimates range from $150 million to $7 billion
Former N.M. Gov. Gary Johnson, pro-weed legalization, announced his candidacy
Fred Karger has said his presidential campaign would be a success if he got to debate
Once said to behave like a "precocious teen," Gingrich is now compared to an infant
GOP starts attacking the clowning candidate in their midst
Trump has a long record of saying anything on politics for a headline
This time he's got a 9-point lead over second-place Mike Huckabee
Likely 2012 candidate on the guy he wants to replace: "You are a remarkable leader"
The president is confident the birther issue will ultimately hurt the Republican party
A refusal to endorse Paul Ryan's budget is being read as a clue to a 2012 bid
Trump also said he's "only interested in Libya if we take the oil"
Meanwhile the White House is rooting for him, since he has "zero chance" of winning
Now that he's got the birther vote locked down, he's now also pro-life
The cool guy ambassador to China is a possible Republican candidate for 2012
Not a good way to start a presidential campaign in Iowa
The National Republican Senatorial Committee's April Fools' Day joke is pretty popular
The Democratic National Committee chair seeks to replace one-termer Jim Webb
A primary between the conservative ladies is too irresistible for the political press corps
The formerly reliable blue state will be a major battleground in 2012
Reaching out to HuffPo's liberal audience, perchance? The same thing's happening at MSNBC
Finally the die-hard Obama deniers are getting some time in the sun
A fan says Obama stole the "change" campaign theme--just like health care reform
Taking a look at Trump's own writings as he questions Obama's
Argues in a USA Today op-ed: Obama "didn't cause the recession, but he made it worse"
Because hardly any big-name 2012 candidates are officially running yet; ten were by this time in 2007
The candidate says he wasn't a hypocrite for cheating on his wife at the time
The Tea Party favorite is putting together a campaign team in Iowa
Also wonders why "no one" has seen the president's baby photos
Fred Karger will provoke more debate within the Republican Party over gay rights
Weekly Standard editor was Palin's biggest backer in 2008
President Obama's health care overhaul turns one year old today
He hasn't been in the Senate long, but neither was Barack Obama
The former Minnesota governor is expected to announce his official entry this afternoon
Trump says he's a "smart guy" who would waste $600 million on a presidential campaign
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