Romney Wins Big in Florida Presidential Primary

Mitt Romney cruised to a blowout victory in Florida's Republican U.S. presidential primary on Tuesday that put him back in front in the fight for his party's nomination to face President Barack Obama and left chief rival Newt Gingrich reeling but vowing to fight on.

SOPA is Dead, but ACTA and OPEN Next to be Protested

SOPA is gone for now (until someone re-introduces it), but ACTA and OPEN are two other anti-piracy measures written in the spirit of SOPA. ACTA isn't a proposed U.S. law, however. It's an international treaty already signed by several countries including the U.S. OPEN, on the other hand, picks up right where SOPA took off.

Mitt Romney Leads Over Newt Gingrich in Florida: Polls

With just three days remaining before Florida's Republican primary, Romney, a former Massachusetts governor, led Gingrich, a former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, by 43 percent to 32 percent among likely voters in Florida's January 31 primary, according to Reuters/Ipsos online poll results on Saturday.

Obama's State of the Union Speech: President Fires Salvo at Romney and Co.

Even before U.S. President Barack Obama made his State of the Union speech on Tuesday, Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney released a pre-buttal to his speech, warning the President would use the platform to divide the nation with a biased speech targeting the general elections. As it turned out, Obama did use the platform to deliver a speech aimed at November's general elections and although he never singled out or named his Republican opponents, he did take several jabs at M...

GOP Candidates: Everything You Need to Know About the Final 4

The International Business Times has compiled comprehensive profiles on Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum and their positions on 11 issues: entitlement programs, health care, job creation, taxes, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, abortion, education, gay marriage and immigration.

State of the Union 2012: Obama Focuses on Jobs, Economic Fairness

President Barack Obama Tuesday used his 2012 state of the union address to the American people and Congress to propose initiatives to create jobs, help companies increase their U.S.-based operations, and help Americans learn the skills they need to succeed in the modern/postmodern global economy.


Alabama GOP Primary Results 2012: LIVE COVERAGE

Romney Wrests Ground From Gingrich in Florida Debate

Mitt Romney was desperate for a strong debate performance in Florida's Republican debate Monday night to restore momentum for his campaign, and delivered repeated sharp attacks on rising rival Newt Gingrich.
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State of the Union Address 2012: Live Stream Available (VIDEO)

President Barack Obama will deliver his State of the Union Address 2012 on Tuesday night and a live stream is available online. The State of the Union Address will be delivered on Tuesday, Jan. 24, at 9 p.m. EST in the chamber of the United States House of Representatives. The theme is, America Built to Last.