In his first official rally of the 2012 campaign, the president ripped Mitt Romney before a crowd of about 14,000.
The inevitability of Mitt Romney's seizure of the Republican nomination has been central to the often comic and sometimes tragic drama of the GOP's identity crisis.
In a telephone press conference Romney aides said, "We'll get back to you," when reporters asked whether the candidate backs the equal pay law.
One of the GOP state senators under recall here, Pam Galloway (claiming a family health problem) resigned this weekend, wiping out the Republican majority and leaving that chamber split 16-16.
In the wake of a GOP-induced controversy over contraceptive rights and health care, the AFL-CIO has stepped forward to defend women's access to contraception, "regardless of where they work."
His ideas - and the other Republican presidential candidates' ideas - are "outdated" and "from the dark-ages."
The defeat of eight-term Congressman Dennis Kucinich in last week's Democratic primary was a huge disappointment to the voters of Cuyahoga County.
Andrew Breitbart, a right-wing blogger and provocateur known for his attacks on labor, peace, civil rights and a host of other progressive organizations died late last night at the age of 43.
Will pandering to bigots and religious extremists be enough to save the Romney campaign?
The Republicans have hit the ground running, with an extremist program of anti-labor, anti-immigrant and anti-choice bills.