(CNN) - Even as the head of the Young Republicans at Samford University, Weathers Veazey didn't have a lot of time for politics this primary season.
Immersed in tough pre-law classes at the conservative Baptist university in Birmingham, Alabama, she barely paid attention to the nonstop political ads that ran on TV during the state's presidential primary.
(CNN) - Cue the jokes.
A photo of Bill Clinton posing with adult film actresses in Monte Carlo, Monaco is circling after one of the stars, Brooklyn Lee, posted the picture on her Twitter page Wednesday.
(CNN) - Former GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum threw his weight behind Ted Cruz in the heated Texas Senate primary battle on Thursday.
"Ted Cruz is spellbinding, a tremendous orator and principled," Santorum said on Glenn Beck's radio show, according to a transcript. "Understands these issues at his core. We need people who can motivate and lead. Ted has that capability."
(CNN) – Donald Trump may have nixed a bid for the White House, but the businessman and reality television star isn't staying out of the 2012 presidential race.
Trump said in an interview posted online Thursday he was considering starting his own super PAC that would advocate for issues he's been speaking about during the current election cycle.
(CNN) – Two new polls released Thursday indicate President Barack Obama is holding a steady advantage in the key swing state of Wisconsin.
The president maintains a 49%-43% advantage over Republican rival Mitt Romney in the Badger State, according to a Norbert College/Wisconsin Public Radio survey.
(CNN) - Mitt Romney, who is spending this week promoting a plan for America's public school system, spent Thursday morning defending his stance that smaller class sizes don't necessarily equate with better learning in schools.
Romney participated in an education roundtable at a charter school in Philadelphia the day after laying out his education plan to Latino small business owners in Washington. Romney's plan emphasizes school choice over other factors, including efforts to reduce the number of students in classrooms.
(CNN) – Call it coast to coast fundraising.
While President Barack Obama raises campaign cash for his re-election bid at an event Thursday morning in California, Vice President Joe Biden does the same in the battleground state of North Carolina.
(CNN) – New polls released Thursday show Democrats ahead of Republicans in three big Senate races, all of which take place in crucial presidential election battleground states.
Starting with Ohio, incumbent Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown enjoys a 14-point lead over Republican challenger and state treasurer Josh Mandel. According to the NBC-Marist survey, 51% of registered voters said they would support Brown, while 37% said they would pick Mandel.
(CNN) - With 12 days to go until the recall election of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, two new polls indicate the Republican governor holds a single digit advantage over his Democratic challenger.
According to a St. Norbert College/Wisconsin Public Radio survey, 50% of people likely to vote in the June 5th recall election say they support Walker, the first term governor, with 45% backing Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, the Democratic challenger, and 5% unsure. Barrett won his party's primary earlier this month, setting up a rematch with Walker from the 2010 election that the Republican won by five points.
(CNN) – Mitt Romney, who on Wednesday said he would bring the nation's unemployment rate to 6% as president, offered three ways he would achieve that goal in an interview Thursday.
"Well, there are a number of things," Romney said on Fox News. "You start off by saying, let's stop something that's hurting small business from creating jobs and that's 'Obamacare.' Get rid of it. No. 2, have an energy strategy that takes advantage of our natural gas and oil and coal, as well as our renewables. Those low cost energy fuels will ultimately mean jobs come back here, even manufacturing jobs that left here. And finally, get a handle on the deficit so that people understand if they invest in America, their dollars will be worth something in the future."