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Crist Dumps Republicans

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After losing ground to his Republican opponent in the Republican primary, Florida governor Charlie Crist announced yesterday that he would be running for the U.S.

Republicans Block Equal Pay Bill

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A bill that would have made it easier for women to sue for pay inequality was shot down by Senate Republicans.

The Republican National Convention

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The Republican National Convention will be held in New York City Aug. 30 through Sept. 2. What will the event feature?

The Republican Majority

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Last week, Bush became the first Republican president to be re-elected with House and Senate majorities since 1924. What do you think?

Republicans Take The Senate

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In last Tuesday's midterm elections, Republicans retook the U.S. Senate, giving them control of both houses of Congress. What do you think?

Republican Site Crashes

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GOP.com, the new social networking site for Republicans, crashed hours after it was launched on Tuesday. What do you think?

Romney Clinches Republican Nomination

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With his victory in the Texas primary, Mitt Romney has amassed enough delegates to secure the Republican nomination for president. What do you think?

Barr May Take Republican Votes

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Former Republican congressman Bob Barr of Georgia was nominated as the Libertarian Party's presidential candidate and may take votes away from John...

Republicans Lose Ground With Women

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Due in part to GOP-backed policies limiting birth-control access, President Barack Obama has an 18-point lead against any Republican opponent among women in swing states.

Republicans Call Tax Proposal 'Class Warfare'

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High-ranking Republicans, including chairman of the House Budget Committee Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), have spoken out against President Obama's proposed minimum tax rate for millionaires, decrying it a...

Republicans Block Gays-In-Military Reform

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Senate Republicans voted against a defense spending bill that included a provision to repeal the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy regarding homosexuality.