(CNN) - Sweet home Chicago.
Back in Chicago for fund-raisers Friday evening, President Barack Obama told supporters in his hometown that he will spend the night in his own bed.
(CNN) - Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus tells CNN Chief National Correspondent John King that President Barack Obama missed his opportunity to lead as job creation slows.
Washington (CNN) - The level of detail spilling out through media reports about crucial national security operations is raising the question of whether President Barack Obama's administration can keep a secret - or in some cases even wants to.
In just the past week, two tell-all articles about Obama's leadership as commander-in-chief have been published, dripping with insider details about his sleeves-rolled-up involvement in choosing terrorist targets for drone strikes and revelations about his amped-up cyber war on Iran.FULL STORY
New York (CNNMoney) - Mitt Romney is worth between $84 million and $256 million, according to campaign disclosure forms released Friday by the Federal Election Commission.
That's actually down a little from last year, when the forms pegged Romney's net worth at between $85 and $264 million.FULL STORY
Los Angeles, California (CNN) - A confident-sounding Mitt Romney mocked his rival's campaign Friday, hours after the release of disappointing jobs numbers put Democrats on the defensive.
At a fund-raiser at a country club outside of Los Angeles, Romney joked about a visit former President George Bush made to the White House a day earlier.
(CNN) - Grover Norquist, the man behind a high-profile anti-tax pledge, said former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush insulted GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Friday by voicing his opposition to the Norquist-backed pledge.
"He kind of stepped in it a little bit," Norquist said of Bush, who spoke before a House Budget Committee hearing on Friday.
CNN's GUT CHECK | for June 1, 2012 | 5 p.m.
– n. a pause to assess the state, progress or condition of the political news cycle
BREAKING… DEAD HEAT ON TOP ISSUE: NEW CNN/ORC POLL SHOWS OBAMA AND ROMNEY TIED ON ECONOMY. When asked which candidate better understands how the economy works 45% select Obama and 45% select Romney. If the election were held today, Obama would top Romney 49%-46%, a margin that is within the poll’s sampling error. According to CNN Polling Director Keating Holland, “The race for the White House is very close, partly because neither Barack Obama nor Mitt Romney have a clear advantage on the No.1 issue - the economy.” LINK
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Washington (CNN) - The race for the White House remains very close, according to a new national poll, partly because neither President Barack Obama nor Republican challenger Mitt Romney have a clear advantage on issue number one - the economy.
A CNN/ORC International survey released Friday also indicates that Obama supporters are more energized right now than those backing Romney.