Articles By Laura Matthews
Seven people, including Rice, McCain and Martinez, have been confirmed as speakers at the 2012 Republican National Convention. However, none of the people presumed to be vice presidential candidates were on the list.
President Barack Obama and presumptive GOP candidate Mitt Romney shifted their election campaigns to some heavily contested states this week, where polls show Democrats have a narrow lead.
Ted Cruz's victory, a significant win for the tea party, shows the group is gaining momentum. What thta means is that even a President Romney shouldn't expect "get along" votes from the Republican right wing.
Brooklyn's hot-pink blazer-wearing Senate hopeful Mindy Meyer has endorsed Mitt Romney for president. The high-spirited 22-year-old is running against 10-year Democratic incumbent Sen. Kevin Parker for the New York State Senate in the 21st District.
On the heels of a gruesome theater shooting in Colorado and with estimates that 48,000 Americans could be killed by guns in the next four years, two Democratic lawmakers have proposed a legislation to ban the online sale of ammunition in order to prevent potential mass murderers from stocking up.
Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes was charged Monday with 24 counts of murder and 116 counts of attempted murder. However, his sanity is still in question, and so is whether he will escape the death penalty based on an insanity defense.
CNN's Jim Walton is resigning at the end of the year so that the company can benefit from new thinking and a different perspective.
Romney's blunders at the 2012 London Olympics threaten to jeopardize one of his campaign's biggest arguments -- his successful leadership of the 2002 Salt Lake Olympics in Utah.
U.S. President Barack Obama says he believes most gun owners would want guns out of the hands of those who want to do harm, thus background checks and other means to safe gun sales shouldn't be a controversial issue.
A group of men deployed by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan to help stop crime in Chicago is a welcomed initiative by the city's first Jewish Mayor Rahm Emanuel.