July 2012 Headlines
For Mitt Romney to win the White House, he will need help from the Latino community -- a tall order given President Obama's solid Hispanic voter support.
African-American pastors say that by embracing same-sex marriage, President Barack Obama threatens the stability of family, especially within the black community.
Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and former Texas Solicitor General Ted Cruz are vying for the seat being vacated by Kay Bailey Hutchison.
Romney supporters have launched a pro-business tour called 'We Did Build This," in response to remarks by the president that "someone else" made their businesses succeed.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia calls Chief Justice John Roberts' decision to uphold the law as a tax incorrect.
Should government push legislation to promote issues like enforcing traditional marriage, or discourage outlawing pot? Fox News' John Stossel says "No."
President Obama announced Friday that he will release an extra $70 million in military aid to Israel on the heels of Mitt Romney's scheduled trip to the country this weekend.
President Obama is coming under fire for funnelling more than $400,000 to Planned Parenthood in North Carolina.
Republican candidate Mitt Romney's Mormon faith may not matter in his race against President Obama, according to a new poll.
The Senate approved a measure to extend former President Bush's tax cuts to all but high-income Americans.
President Obama is embracing some degree of gun control in the wake of the deadly shooting in Colorado.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is in Britain Thursday on the first leg of a weeklong overseas tour.
President Obama's plan to give work permits to young, illegal immigrants could cost nearly $585 million
President Obama and Mitt Romney spoke at the Veterans of Foreign Wars annual convention, where they made it clear the weekend of political truce is over.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney struck a rare tone as he referenced Scripture to help comfort the victims of the Colorado massacre.
A new poll found that 53 percent of likely U.S. voters believe president's policies have slowed down the economy.
President Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney have cancelled all campaign events Friday in light the shooting massacre at a movie theater in Colorado.
A new book examines one of President Obama's mentors, who happened to be a card-carrying communist listed on the FBI's "Security Index" during the Cold War with the Soviet Union.
Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney is getting very close to naming a running mate. The decision could come in the next few days or weeks.
Pastor Rick Warren has invited President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney to a presidential forum at his church in Southern California in August.
A United Nations treaty governing the open seas is expected to die in the Senate after two more Republicans announced their opposition.
President Obama and presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney are both trying to convince this crucial voting block that their policies will help them the most.
President Obama and GOP candidate Mitt Romney traded blows again in campaign speeches, taking aim at the other's future plans for growing the economy.
Several states, including Arizona, are stripping Planned Parenthood of tax dollars. The Great Canyon state has scored several victories on the pro-life front.
Democrats are willing to risk a threat to the economy to force Republicans to raise taxes on high-income earners, according to The Washington Post.
As the 2012 presidential campaign season intensifies, speculation continues to grow about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's choices for vice president.
The Senate rejected the Democratic and Republican business tax cut plans Friday. Each party said the other's bill wouldn't help struggling families, businesses, or the economy.
Some high-profile Tea Party conservatives have suggested that Mitt Romney make Florida Rep. Allen West his vice presidential nominee.
A new government report found that Obamacare will be far more expensive than the president originally promised.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney didn't get much support from black voters during an unlikely campaign stop Wednesday.
House Republicans are proposing a bill that would bar the government from fining religious employers who refuse to provide birth control because of their beliefs.
This week in the House of Representatives, GOP leaders are behind a full court press to repeal "Obamacare."
A House panel is investigating whether the Internal Revenue Service can police the new health care law while simultaneously collecting taxes.
A new survey shows President Obama and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney tied among registered voters nationally at 47 percent.
The president launched efforts to extend tax cuts for the middle class, arguing that a refusal to act would be a "big blow" to working families and the economy.
Mitt Romney is planning a trip overseas in August ahead of the Republican National Convention in August.
As President Obama's bus tour traveled through Ohio, the campaign hit a roadblock with the lackluster jobs report.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is launching a new effort to win over evangelical leaders in the race for the White House.
As the presidential campaign kicks into high gear, Mitt Romney may have unintentionally made the issue more complicated with his statements on the Obamacare mandate.
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts reportedly initially sided with conservatives on the court to strike down the heart of the health care law - but later changed his mind.
The GOP is betting that the law's unpopularity will be enough to drive Democrats from power.