Mitt Romney said he was "very proud" of his health care legislation, and he defended those pesky offshore bank accounts, in an interview on Fox News Sunday; while Reince Priebus downplayed the effects Isaac will have on the Republican convention.
Talk of borders and visas aside, the real problem for conservatives is voting rights for immigrants who could be legalized by reform.
The White House said Monday that President Obama would support exempting Olympic medalists from the taxes they'd typically pay on their winnings, backing up a proposal Sen. Marco Rubio's proposed last week.
Every time the Mitt Romney Veepstakes Finals gets quasi-officially narrowed down to the couple "boring white guys" the Romney campaign has been reportedly looking at for months, the campaign quickly moves to make the list looks more expansive.
Darrell Issa appeared on ABC's This Week with George Stephanopolous and Fox News Sunday to sell his contempt vote against Attorney General Eric Holder; Rick Perry called President Obama's use of executive privilege "Nixonian;" and Tim Pawlenty shied away from some of his VP hype.
Over the last several days, Romney's been holding a kind of audition for several running mates -- Rob Portman, Kelly Ayotte, Tim Pawlenty, Paul Ryan -- during his bus tour through the Rust Belt, but Florida Sen. Marco Rubio did not make the trip. Maybe that's because he's not being vetted by the Romney campaign, ABC News' Jon Karl reports.
There are a few reasons Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is giving for why he's abandoning his plans to introduce legislation to ease immigration laws on children. The most obvious, however is that it's really hard to be pro-immigrant in the current Republican Party.
Tradition dictates that presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney will wait until the end of August, right before his party’s convention, to announce his choice of running mate. But the candidate is reportedly exploring the idea of announcing the vice presidential pick in time to boost fundraising during the August lull.
Joe Biden said he's "absolutely comfortable" with same-sex marriage on NBC's Meet the Press; Marco Rubio attacked the President's economic policies while deflecting questions over whether or not he'll accept a VP nomination.
Florida Senator and current VP nomination contender Marco Rubio was busted for accepting illegal donations for his Senate campaign in 2010.
During his very-serious, VP-sounding speech, Sen. Marco Rubio lost the last page of the speech. If only someone would invent a device that would help speakers keep track of what they plan to say! There is, and Rubio has spent years making fun of it.
Marco Rubio gave a "no comment" when asked if he'd be Romney's VP, while Governor Mitch Daniels said he would "demand reconsideration" if Romney asked him; David Axelrod doesn't believe in Mitt Romney's economic policies.
Mitt Romney's campaign has made it pretty clear he won't have a running mate like Sarah Palin, one plucked from obscurity with only a couple years in office and little experience with foreign policy. Unfortunately, that describes pretty much all their non-Palin options.
Also: Miley Cyrus is not engaged, and her ring is just topaz.
Also: Dick Durbin's reasonable call for Bountygate hearings isn't playing well with Senate Republicans
Jeb Bush wasn't finished with his endorsement of Mitt Romney on Wednesday, telling a reporter that if it were up to him, Senator Marco Rubio would be Romney's ideal running mate.
Who was that adorable child sitting next to usually-called-"boyish"-but-elderly-by-comparison Sen. Marco Rubio on Fox News Monday?
PolitiFact is taking heat again after proving that Senator Marco Rubio's claim that "the majority of Americans are conservative" isn't really correct ... but giving his statement a passing grade on their "Truth-O-Meter" anyway.
After a long day spent staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorite tweets that made no sense
Marco Rubio looks like he's ramping up his let's-talk-about-me game this week.
A Reuters report from Thursday is not kind to Marco Rubio and his Vice Presidential aspirations, but it also wasn't completely correct when the newswire published it.
They may be the two most prominent Tea Party freshmen in the Senate but their foreign policy views are an ocean apart—and things are starting to get testy.
Today in books: Marco Rubio secures a well-timed book deal, a possible new image of Jane Austen has been discovered, and Byliner enters the short story publishing game.
The hometown paper of U.S. Senator Marco Rubio is cleaning up his latest political scandal better than his own PR team.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio has made his identity as the son of Cuban exiles a major component of his political persona, but according to the Washington Post, it's a fake: Rubio's parents arrived in the U.S. in 1956, two years before Fidel Castro took power.
Republicans are boycotting a Univision primary debate on behalf of Marco Rubio
Yet another dream candidate for Republicans unhappy with the 2012 lineup
We cannot avert bankruptcy because we're heading for bankruptcy
The Senate will bring up his budget plan for a vote today
George Will calls it "suicidal" if symbolic protest votes turns into a majority
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