Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is moving away from his preferred issue — the economy — and into military and foreign policy, a realm usually viewed as the home turf of the incumbent.
For years, the self-proclaimed toughest sheriff in America has vehemently denied allegations that his deputies racially profile Latinos in his trademark immigration patrols.
Something’s going on in America this election year: a renaissance of an ideal as old as the nation itself — that live-and-let-live, get-out-of-my-business, individualism vs. paternalism dogma that is the hallmark of libertarianism.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has harsh words for President Barack Obama during a campaign stop in Las Vegas, saying he’s accomplished nothing and will turn the nation more socialist than France if re-elected.
U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch has won Utah’s Republican primary.
Rep. Joe Heck’s wife collected unemployment benefits in 2011 after she lost her job with her husband’s company when he was elected to Congress, according to his latest financial disclosure forms.
More than 1,000 critics of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio are expected to gather Saturday night for a rally to call for the closure of the sheriff’s complex of canvas jail tents.
President Barack Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney are battling more than just each other in diverse and politically divided Nevada.
Mitt Romney has won the Republican presidential nomination after years of fighting, though his triumph was partially overshadowed by the celebrity businessman who helped him along the way.
The careers of most politicians would crumble under the heavy scrutiny that the self-proclaimed toughest sheriff in America now faces.