Romney Starts Fall Campaign Visiting Storm Victims Mitt Romney is making the first stop of his fall campaign for the White House a visit to hurricane-damage Louisiana, hoping to convince Americans he is not just the right man to fix the economy but an all-around leader for the nation.
Ann Romney: Clint Eastwood 'Did A Unique Thing Last Night'Clint Eastwood earned plenty of bad reviews for his latest performance: a bizarre, rambling endorsement of Mitt Romney.
Not In Romney Speech: Afghanistan, Social Security Social Security. Medicare. Iraq. Afghanistan. Illegal immigration. They're all costly to taxpayers and the next president presumably will have to address them to one degree or another. Yet GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney made no mention of those issues Thursday in his wide-ranging acceptance speech that closed the Republican National Convention.
Trouble With the Chair: Clint Mocked by Hollywood, Others for RNC Bit
Romney Aides Wince During Eastwood's RNC SpeechClint Eastwood, the Hollywood filmmaker who knows all about sticking to the script, turned in a bizarre, unscripted endorsement of Republican Mitt Romney Thursday night.
Romney Makes Mormonism Part of His Big Night
Eastwood Goes Off-Script in Romney Endorsement
Romney Makes His Case: 'Need Jobs, Lots of Jobs'
Obama: I Didn't Do Good Enough Job Selling Americans On Stimulus PlanPresident Barack Obama says his re-election might help end the political stalemate in Washington, much like "popping a blister."
Country Star Accuses Clay Aiken Of Racist RNC TweetFormer "American Idol" contestant Clay Aiken and country singer John Rich are involved in a Twitter debate after Aiken posted a comment alluding to a dearth in African-American attendees at the Republican National Convention.
Study: Public More Interested In GOP Platform Than Romney's SpeechA survey conducted by the Pew Research Center found that there is significantly more general interest in the GOP Platform than there is in the acceptance speech of official Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
GOP'S Future Leaders Out in Force at Convention