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Wisconsin: The Morning After
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) NOTABLES: A WISCONSIN WIN FOR THE GOP: Republicans and Democrats are likely to spend the rest of the week fighting over the meaning of Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s victory in the Wisconsin recall election. And while the...
2012: Women Will Be Key for Senate Democrats
2010 was not a great year for women in Congress. The midterm elections in that cycle saw the first decrease in female representation in Congress in 30 years. In 2012, however, things could look much different for women. At a news conference in Washington, D.C.,...
Fighting Words: DeMint Warns Republicans They May Be 'Gone' if They Support Debt Ceiling Increase
The Tea Party King Maker Tells ABC News What It Will Take in 2012 to Get His Endorsement
Ex-Rep . Heather Wilson (R): "I think the President has not served us well over the last several weeks in Libya."
ABC News' Amy Walter reports: Former New Mexico Rep. Heather Wilson (R), who also served on the National Security Council in charge of NATO in the George H.W. Bush Administration, had harsh words for President Obama’s handling of the crisis...
Heather Wilson on Obama's Handling of Libya
The current Senate candidate in New Mexico rips White House on Libya situation.
The Note: Eyes On Iowa: In Search Of 'Fire In The Belly' In The 2012 Field
Get ready for another 2012 “cattle call” in this crucial early primary state as the field of possible candidates comes into focus and they test their messages in front of Hawkeye State voters who are serious about their role in the presidential nominating process.
The Note: Curtain Goes Up On 2012: Obama And Romney Offer Opening Arguments
Consider it the opening act of the 2012 presidential campaign: President Obama told Democrats at a Miami fundraiser on Friday that they’ve “got to be fired up … got to be ready to go." One day later, in snowy Bartlett, N.H., the Republican positioning himself to be Obama’s critic-in-chief called ...
New Docs Show Effort to Oust U.S. Attorneys
Senior Bush Aides Including Karl Rove in Newly Released Documents of Closed-Door Congressional Testimony
THE NOTE: Hillary Set to Face Haymakers at Debate
Cheer up, Democrats: The polls look pretty good for you. The autoworkers strike ended while you were sleeping. President Bush has decided to rediscover his conservative credentials by vetoing health insurance for working-class children . There's even a high-powered Democratic reunion of sorts this