Las Vegas (CNN) - President Barack Obama's West Coast swing is expected to yield big rewards for his 2012 re-election campaign, and attract some Hollywood heavy hitters.
A Democratic official estimates the campaign will haul in more than $4 million dollars from six fundraisers in three states.
(CNN) – Herman Cain's presidential campaign will launch a radio ad campaign Tuesday to promote a new website for the Republican candidate.
The former Godfather's Pizza CEO will tout http://www.999MeansJobs.com, a destination for supporters and contributors, in the spot that will premiere on the Rush Limbaugh program, according to the campaign.
(CNN) - Karl Rove said Monday that Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry may harm his campaign by stoking the "birther" controversy.
"You associate yourself with a nutty view like that, and you damage yourself," Rove said.
(CNN) – Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul is making it clear that he doesn't think there's a whole lot of difference on the most important issues between his rival, Mitt Romney, and President Barack Obama.
"Would there be a change in foreign policy?" Paul asked during an interview on NBC's "Meet the Press." "No, there would not be."FULL STORY
Concord, New Hampshire (CNN) - The former New Hampshire staff of Rep. Michele Bachmann - all five of whom resigned their posts last week - released a stinging statement Monday, accusing some of the congresswoman's national campaign staff of being "rude, unprofessional, dishonest, and at times cruel."
The open letter gives a lengthy and forceful critique of Bachmann's national staff, saying the team was not responsive to communications from New Hampshire, and had requested in September that New Hampshire staffers temporarily "go off payroll" then never clarified their employment status.
TOPICS: Opinion of Wall Street bankers; Occupy Wall Street movement
(CNN) – Although most Americans don't trust Wall Street, that hasn't translated into full support –or understanding– of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Despite large majorities who think that Wall Street bankers are greedy, overpaid and dishonest, four in ten don't have an opinion about the weeks-long protests, according to a new CNN/ORC International poll released Monday.
Among those who have an opinion, the public is split on how they feel about Occupy Wall Street. Thirty-two percent of Americans say they have a favorable view of the movement that has spread from Wall Street to Chicago, and that even cropped up at the most recent CNN presidential debate in Las Vegas. Twenty-nine percent of the nation says they have an unfavorable view of Occupy Wall Street.
(CNN) - Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's GOP presidential campaign is pushing back against a Los Angeles Times article that could prove troublesome.
"Medical help for illegal immigrants could haunt Mitt Romney" reads the headline Monday's edition of the newspaper. The story details a program in the 2006 Massachusetts health care plan (which then Gov. Romney signed into law) called Health Safety Net, which allows undocumented illegal immigrants to obtain needed medical care along with other people in the state who lack insurance.
(CNN) - The Obama administration's latest attempt to help the housing market targets homeowners whose credit is solid, who are up to date on their mortgage payments, but can't refinance because they own homes in areas where the market has plummeted and their homes are underwater.
So President Barack Obama is announcing his plan in Nevada, a key state the president must win in 2012 where the bottom has fallen out of the housing market. Since the peak of the housing market home prices have fallen 53%. In the Vegas metro area they fell by 59%. This official said there's been virtually no refinancing activity for underwater borrowers in the area and the plan is designed to change that dynamic.FULL STORY
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Step aside 9-9-9. A new flat tax proposal is coming to town.
On Tuesday, Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry will propose an economic growth package that includes a flat tax.FULL STORY