2012 Presidential Election News
News on the 2012 presidential race.
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The debate over the Affordable Care Act can stay small, focusing on website failures and other short-term difficulties facing the law.
Should states get to ban abortion?
Would you support legalizing marijuana in your state?
Those who have heard of Neel Kashkari know him as the former U.S. Treasury official who was in charge of the bank bailout at the height of the recession.
Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., is highlighting his belief in God and the Bible's teachings in a new ad for his re-election campaign.
President Obama sought to revive the issue of growing income equality on Wednesday, saying it restricts economic mobility and threatens to shrink the middle class.
In politics, hyperbole is routine. It's common for campaign ads to praise a candidate as a savior or denigrate a contender as the destroyer of worlds.
SOUTH FLORIDA , December 4, 2013 - The 2014 midterm elections are less than one year away, and the day after the 2014 elections begins the 2016 presidential election.
Congress is racing toward renewing a 25-year-old prohibition against firearms that can evade metal detectors and X-ray machines, just days before the ban expires.
U.S. insurers fear that a surge in enrollments on a revamped government-run healthcare website could create more problems for insurance companies already struggling with error-filled applications for coverage three weeks before a sign-up deadline.
Republican-on-Republican infighting? Teacher unions linking arms with tea partyers? President Barack Obama working in tandem with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and energy giant Exxon? Traditionally Democratic-leaning groups don't like the standardized tests and are finding allies among small-government conservatives.
Seeking to move past its website woes, the Obama administration is launching a two-pronged health care strategy this month aimed at avoiding enrollment snafus come January while also trying to refocus the public's attention on broader benefits of the sweeping law.
Gov. Chris Christie spelled out his objections to an immigrant-tuition bill making its way through the state Legislature for the first time Monday, when he reiterated his refusal to sign the proposal in its current form.
At this point, such a ruling may not seem like such a big deal. Prior to last year's elections, gays and lesbians had a civil right to marry in only six states.
Don't look now, but auditions for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination are already underway in Washington.
With only nine days to go before the presidential election, it looks more and more like Democratic candidate Barack Obama will defeat Republican candidate John McCain by a substantial margin.
Fast and Furious. Benghazi coverup. Historically-low approval ratings. 6 wars since becoming POTUS.
Newt Gingrich has some advice for Rep. Trey Radel, the Florida Republican on leave from Congress while he's seeking drug treatment.