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Sudanese Doctor Describes His Experience With Immigration Order
Dr. Kamal Fadlalla was on vacation in Sudan when the executive order was issued.
Veepstakes: Who Is Sen. Kelly Ayotte?
As Mitt Romney travels the country, campaigning with prominent Republicans thought to be possible VP selections, his latest stop has brought him to New Hampshire, home of Sen. Kelly Ayotte. Romney and Ayotte will campaign together in Portsmouth today. Romney has campaigned this month in...
Concerns About Women Voters Extend Beyond Obama/Romney Battle For Both Parties
The controversy over Ann Romney and working moms hits Democrats in their sweet spot. They have tried to criticize Republicans for supporting policies they say would hurt women. And in the race for control of the Senate, Democrats have a lot at stake because they'll have far more women on the
Bringing Hero Home: Soldier's Puppy Gives Hope to Grieving Family
A Stray Puppy in Iraq Helped Heal Broken Hearts of Fallen Soldier's Girlfriend, Family
ABC Offers In-Depth Look at Top Senate Races
Republicans are riding a wave of anti-Washington furor nationwide, but while their prospects for taking control of the House look good, it will be a tougher road to the Senate, according to ABC's latest analysis. The last time one House changed hands without the other on Election Night was in 1910.
The Note: Virginia Is For Allies
By MICHAEL FALCONE and AMY WALTER THE OBAMA FACTOR IN VIRGINIA. What does one race and one campaign stop say about the entire 2010 midterm election season? Quite a bit, as it turns out. President Obama heads to Charlottesville, Virginia...
Vice President Biden to Democratic Base: 'Stop Whining'
At a fundraiser in Manchester, NH, today, Vice President Biden urged Democrats to "remind our base constituency to stop whining and get out there and look at the alternatives. This President has done an incredible job. He’s kept his promises."
Kelly Ayotte Clinches Win in New Hampshire GOP Senate Primary
Kelly Ayotte, a darling of the Republican establishment and one of Sarah Palin's "mama grizzlies," narrowly defeated Tea Party-backed Ovide Lamontagne to clinch the New Hampshire GOP senate nomination, New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner announced Wednesday afternoon.
Analysis: Tea Party Spoils the Party for GOP Establishment Candidates
ABC News' Amy Walter reports: The last major primary contests of 2010 went out with a bang. In Delaware and New York "outsider" candidates defeated those supported by the Republican establishment. In New Hampshire, Republican Attorney General Kelly Ayotte, who...
Analysis: Tea Party Spoils The Party, 'Outsider' Candidates Defeat GOP Favorites
Delaware GOP Winner Christine O'Donnell Blasts 'Republican Cannibalism' on 'Good Morning America'