Opinion: Amazing 'Stupid Things'Former House Republican Leader Dick Armey criticized GOP candidates for saying "stupid things," but here is one problem: The 2012 candidates were talking about Republican policy.
Fort Worth Woman Warns Campaign Sign ThievesJennifer Gerst, put up a second sign in her yard to keep thieves from swiping her President Obama campaign sign.
Gloves Come Off During 2nd Presidential DebateTalk about tension. The second presidential debate was a feisty face off filled with interruptions. The stakes were high, and they tangled like we have not seen before in a presidential debate.
Who Won Second Presidential Debate?President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney squared off for the second time of three planned debates.
Campaign Signs Stolen From Euless YardLisa Thomasson from Euless walks around her yard pointing to area's where she had carefully placed a number of campaign signs.
Prepping For Second Presidential DebatePresident Barack Obama and Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney prepare for the second of three debates before the November 2012 election.
Romney Kicks Off Texas Trip At Fort Worth BusinessThe Republican who would be President is campaigning in North Texas.
Lower Turnout For Senate Runoff May Help CruzTurnout was low for the Texas primary, and a July 31 runoff to decide who wins the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate is likely to see it sink even lower.
New Romney App: Let's Make "A Better AMERCIA"Shortly after winning Tuesday's Texas primary, his campaign launched a new iPhone app. Which misspells “America.”
Texas Tea Party Candidates Hope For Big Results TuesdayEstablishment Republicans recently fell to tea party insurgents in Indiana and Nebraska. Could the same happen in Texas?
Political Observers: Tough Battle For 30th District Congresswoman Eddie Bernice JohnsonJohnson faces two challengers in the Democratic primary. And one of them has a history of beating incumbents.
Republican Senate Candidates Locked In Tough Primary BattleMany races are on the ballot, but the race with the biggest political stakes is the Republican primary for the open U.S. Senate seat.
Federal Judge Warns Texas About Voter ID CaseA federal court has warned Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott to turn over evidence in the Voter ID case or the law will not be in effect by November.
Feds Say Texas Stalling In Voter ID TrialRepublicans say the law is necessary to prevent fraud, but Democrats say it will prevent the poor and the elderly from voting.
Stakes Increasing For Republican Presidential CandidatesIf you thought Ohio's Republican Presidential primary last Tuesday was exciting, then you might enjoy watching today's contest in two Southern states: Alabama and Mississippi.