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Republicans are more interested in calling for “spending cuts” than in seeing spending actually get cut.
Americans know that raising taxes is necessary and GOP economics don't add up.
Mitt Romney didn't mention the war in Afghanistan in his RNC speech, while Democrats spoke of the troops often.
Despite claims by his campaign, a look at available metrics shows President Obama is actually outdoing Romney.
A site for casual gay sex adds targeted messages in swing states and other election hot spots.
Remarks by candidates' spouses have become a standard part of political conventions, but some wonder whether or not they are relevant.
Democrats reaffirm commitment to clean and renewable energy in the party platform.
The GOP's message to women at the Republican National Convention was one of applauding women for supporting men in their careers, not for their own accomplishments.
GOP banking on a post-convention rise in the polls. Analysts say it may still be on the way.
The challenges Democrats face in Charlotte are more complicated than those faced by Republicans in Tampa.