Can Romney Perform Well With Latino Voters?Last week, in an interview with The Hill newspaper, the Romney campaign set a goal of 38 percent Latino support for the November election.
Anti-Obama Film Highlights Weak Box OfficeHoldover movies easily topped the weekend box office again, led by "The Expendables 2" for the second-straight weekend. But it was overshadowed by documentary "2016: Obama's America."
Paul Says His Backers Will 'Become GOP Tent'Congressman Ron Paul is lashing out at GOP efforts to marginalize his supporters at the party convention, telling a counter rally to stand firm because "we will become the tent eventually."
Romney Raises Money In MidlandRepublican Mitt Romney has used stops in West Texas to raise money for his GOP presidential campaign, including a Tuesday night appearance in Midland.
Hank Williams Jr. Says Obama Hates U.S.Hank Williams Jr. made it clear which candidate he'll be voting for in November. The singer took a swing at President Barack Obama while performing for a crowd of 8,500 in Iowa.
Romney Calls His Campaign Spending "Wiser"Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney says his campaign is "a little wiser" in spending its money than President Barack Obama's team.
Presidential Campaigns Get Spanish AccentThe campaigns of Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are gaining a Spanish accent, as candidates hope that ads and slogans translate into Latino support.
Perry Wants 'Transparency' For All CandidatesGovernor Rick Perry, weighing in on whether Mitt Romney should release more tax returns, says he believes all candidates should be as transparent as possible.
Romney Draws Boos At NAACP MeetingMitt Romney told black voters at the NAACP meeting in Houston that he's a better choice than President Obama to help build their neighborhoods and lessen unemployment.
Poll Says Obama's Hispanic Support ImprovingHispanic support for President Barack Obama is increasing since his recent announcement that certain illegal immigrants will be allowed to stay and work in the United States.
Romney Outlines His Plans For ImmigrationBacking off the harsh rhetoric of the Republican primaries, Mitt Romney pledged Thursday to address illegal immigration "in a civil but resolute manner."
Immigration Suddenly Roiling Presidential RacePresident Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney are courting the nation's swelling Hispanic population as immigration emerges as a big issue in the presidential contest.
Ron Paul Sweeps Iowa DelegatesRon Paul backers notched yet another state delegate win in Iowa, proving -- despite his concession that he will not be the Republican presidential nominee -- they're not going anywhere.
Romney Making North Texas Campaign StopRepublican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is making a stop in North Texas on Tuesday, holding campaign events at Southwest Office Systems in Fort Worth before heading over to Dallas.
Romney's Texas Win Clinches GOP NominationMitt Romney clinched the Republican presidential nomination Tuesday with a win in the Texas primary, a triumph of endurance for a candidate who came up short four years ago and had to fight hard this year as voters flirted with a carousel of GOP rivals.