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The right makes a turn - toward Romney

| |Sunday, Oct. 07, 2012

His debate performance and tough talk later sealed the deal.

President Obama should be sharper than this

| |Friday, Oct. 05, 2012

I hope I end up feeling better after the next two presidential debates. I'm uncomfortable about the one Wednesday night in Denver.

Presidential debate - full transcript

|Thursday, Oct. 04, 2012

What follows is a complete transcript of Wednesday night's debate between President Barack Obama, a Democrat, and Republican challenger Mitt Romney:

A pair of undecided Arlington voters evaluate the debate

| |Thursday, Oct. 04, 2012

Patty and Klaus Driessens have a sign for Democratic state Senate candidate Wendy Davis in their front yard but say they will use debates to decide who deserves their ballots for president.

In Fort Worth, Romney supporters like what they heard

| |Thursday, Oct. 04, 2012

Friends of Kitty and Mark Wooten listened intently as President Obama and Mitt Romney talked about their plans, then scored the debate for Romney.

Obama and Romney clash over economy, taxes, health care

| |Wednesday, Oct. 03, 2012

With the presidency hanging in the balance, President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney clashed sharply Wednesday in their first debate, trying to convince voters they’re uniquely qualified to lead the country to full recovery from the worst economic downturn since the 1930s.

Stars shine again in 2012 campaigns

| |Monday, Oct. 01, 2012

Country star Trace Adkins is singing about it. Academy Award-winning actor Morgan Freeman wrote a $1 million check for it. And Madonna said she'd strip for it.

60 million are expected to watch first Obama-Romney debate

| |Wednesday, Oct. 03, 2012

President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will offer voters two starkly different prescriptions for fixing the ailing economy as they duel tonight in their first and perhaps most crucial debate.

Watch the presidential debate and play along with our 'lingo' bingo cards

| |Wednesday, Oct. 03, 2012

The race for president gets serious tonight with the first debate, but you can have fun playing along with our bipartisan cards.

Perry says he didn't have sleep apnea during campaign

Thursday, Sep. 27, 2012

AUSTIN -- Gov. Rick Perry is denying he has sleep apnea after the diagnosis was revealed in a reporter's diary from a failed presidential campaign marked by several notable flubs.

Reporter's e-book gives in-person account of Perry's presidential run

| |Thursday, Sep. 27, 2012

"Rick Perry probably had it coming. ... Thirty years in politics and not a single loss."

Perry pitches "truth in budgeting" in Fort Worth appearance

| |Wednesday, Sep. 26, 2012

He said he's asking lawmakers to practice truth in budgeting.

Perry pitches "truth in budgeting" in Fort Worth appearance

| |Wednesday, Sep. 26, 2012

Fiscal responsibility should be a legislative priority next year, the governor says.

Romney releases his 2011 tax return

| |Saturday, Sep. 22, 2012

Preparer says he paid effective rate of at least 13.66% from 1990-2009.

Commentary: Maybe Mitt Romney should make voters worry

| |Friday, Sep. 21, 2012

Why does Mitt Romney want to be president, given the disdain he showed for nearly half of all Americans during a $50,000-a-plate fundraiser?

Beats me. But just in case he wins, I want it to be known that I repaid the student loans I took out while attending the University of South Carolina. I wouldn’t want the president to think I’m one of those “victims” who simply want to mooch off the government.

Doesn't Romney want the 47 percent on his side?

| |Thursday, Sep. 20, 2012

If 47 percent of Americans really were freeloaders, the way Mitt Romney suggests, don't you think the federal government would be a lot more than $16 trillion in debt?

Preachers telling blacks not to vote is sinful

| |Wednesday, Sep. 19, 2012

Ministers who participate in such a scheme should beg forgiveness.

Commentary: Mitt Romney missed a shot at President Barack Obama

| |Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2012

President Barack Obama got a hug and a lift. Mitt Romney had a swing and a miss. The performance of the Democratic and Republican candidates in Florida last week told the tale of two campaigns. One feels a surge. The other looks troubled.

Romney bears false witness on 'In God We Trust'

| |Thursday, Sep. 13, 2012

God first got his 2 cents in about U.S. money in 1864.

Third-party candidates could make difference in tight presidential race

| |Sunday, Sep. 09, 2012

In a tight presidential campaign, votes to other candidates can decide the winner.