Articles By Ashley Portero
Recent reports that indicate Mitt Romney may have misrepresented his tenure at Bain Capital could be a fatal blow to his campaign.
Although Sen. John McCain had indicated he would support the Democratic-backed Disclose Act, he is opposing the bill along with the rest of the Senate GOP.
SEC filings name Romney as chief executive and chairman of Bain in 2002, three years after he says he resigned to run the Winter Olympics.
Under its new proposed rules for the state program, doctors and clinic affiliates would be barred from "promoting" abortion services to patients.
Mitt Romney was booed at least twice during his Wednesday address at the NAACP conference in Houston, Texas.
The Obama campaign and the media are questioning the GOP presidential candidate's refusal to release more information about his personal finances, following a Vanity Fair investigation into his extensive offshore holdings.
Although Florida's school prayer law -- technically known as an "inspiration message law" -- technically went into effect on Sunday, state officials say only one school district has even considered implementing the law.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act would allow members of Congress to keep their government-subsidized health plans, something they will lose if they law is fully implemented as a result of a Republican-sponsored amendment to the bill.
The worst tuberculosis outbreak the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention has seen in 20 years is occurring among Jacksonville, Florida's homeless population, the Palm Beach Post reports. But state officials did little to address it.
President Barack Obama on Monday called for ending the so-called Bush tax cuts for the rich while preserving those cuts for Americans earning below $250,000 a year.