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The Republican leader says Obama is playing "the greatest con game in modern American politics."
The Kentucky senator says important stories go uncovered while the media defends Democrats.
The former U.S. ambassador blasts President Barack Obama for his handling of Benghazi.
He rejects claims from critics that his tweet was more about his primary race than about Obama.
The survey says he'll be a 13-point underdog If he jumps into the New Hampshire Senate race.
He paints the fierce intraparty debates as a healthy way to move the GOP forward.
He outlines how he thinks conservatives can win.
"We are supporting the Ukrainian people," he says.
He dismisses charges that he thinks his military service should guarantee him a seat in the Senate.
Issa cut him off during an explosive House Ethics Committee hearing.
Move comes with an executive order for sanctions.
He will expand his media empire into a 24-hour news network described as a kinder Fox News.
There will be hawks and doves, social and fiscal conservatives, and all stripes of libertarians.
Friends and enemies jockey to prepare for changes in the GOP power structure.
Republicans think he is running the Senate like a dictator, but Reid doesn't seem to care.
For uninsured Latinos living in places like El Paso, the political drama around the law seems distant.
"The fact that people are using this to politicize makes me very discouraged," Tim Kaine says.
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Perry, the longest-serving governor in state history, is not seeking reelection this year.