Canton, Massachusetts (CNN) – A Massachusetts judge on Thursday unsealed testimony by Mitt Romney in a lawsuit linked to a colleague's contentious divorce battle more than 20 years ago.
The Boston Globe, with the support of attorney Gloria Allred, sought to make public the testimony Romney gave in the lawsuit that followed the divorce between Tom Stemberg, a co-founder of business supply chain Staples, and Maureen Stemberg Sullivan.
Canton, Massachusetts (CNN) - High-profile attorney Gloria Allred appeared Wednesday at a hearing outside of Boston, asking a state judge to unseal testimony Mitt Romney gave during his business colleague's bitter divorce battle more than 20 years ago.
Allred represents Maureen Stemberg Sullivan, the ex-wife of Staples co-founder Tom Stemberg, who worked closely with Romney in the company's development and spoke on the GOP nominee's behalf at the Republican National Convention.
Manchester, New Hampshire (CNN) – After falling eight votes shy of a major upset of Mitt Romney in the Iowa caucuses, Rick Santorum tried to take that momentum into New Hampshire but hit a bumpy road in the Granite State.
Despite his disappointing finish in Tuesday's primary he vowed to fight on.
Hollis, New Hampshire (CNN) - Long-standing evangelical leader Gary Bauer is set to endorse Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, according to a campaign source.
Bauer, current chairman of the Campaign for Working Families and a 2000 Republican presidential candidate, will formally declare his support for Santorum during a campaign stop in South Carolina on Sunday.
Manchester, New Hampshire (CNN) - Rick Santorum called President Barack Obama's education goals an agenda of "hubris" on Saturday, saying he is "outraged" that the president thinks "every child in America should go to college."
"The hubris of this president to think that he knows what's best for you [...] This is the kind of snobbery that we see from those that think they know how to run our lives," the former Pennsylvania senator said in a forum at St. Anselm's New Hampshire Institute of Politics.
New York (CNN) - Speaking at an education forum with three other GOP presidential candidates Thursday, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum took a dig at the campaign of Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who was not at the forum, for suggesting Perry might pass on some debates.
"I would never skip a debate. I would never skip an opportunity to let the American public know what I think about these issues," Santorum said while talking to reporters following the Education and Election 2012 Presidential Candidate Forum, hosted by The College Board and News Corporation.