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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford will do a weekly gig on The Sports Junkies to talk about his NFL picks.
Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., emphasizes faith and Bible teachings in new campaign ad.
Ex-president who said in 1992 that he didn't inhale stresses he never denied marijuana use.
The governor fires a campaign aide who posted comments such as "illegal mex" on Twitter.
A reception for Carter's grandson is led by names from the president's administration.
The San Francisco congresswoman calls for a "workable balance" on proposed leash rules.
Sen. David Vitter, R-La., says he'll let supporters know his interest in 2015 race for governor.
New York Democrat says he helped recruit Elizabeth Warren after Scott Brown reneged on a deal.
Obama administration "has taken lying to a new level," says Sen. John Cornyn, No. 2 GOP leader.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray says he'll seek a second term, amid a probe of his 2010 campaign.
Former House speaker says GOP lawmaker "won't survive" if stint in rehab is a "gimmick."
Congressional candidate George Demos uses image of Obama, Toronto mayor vs. Rep. Tim Bishop.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce airs ad touting Senate GOP leader as friend of coal industry.
Judicial Crisis Network ad slams Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., for backing Obama's judicial picks.
Republican Bob Smith changed his mind and said he'll run for his old U.S. Senate seat.
A commemorative tweet creates a firestorm of backlash.
Ohio governor pokes fun at University of Michigan by doing away with "M" in alphabet for a day.
Josh Romney tweeted he "lifted 4 people to safety" after car crashed into a house in Utah.
Merchandise touting Elizabeth Warren, Hillary Rodham Clinton are among the items on sale.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry's tour of key presidential states continues next week with S.C. visit.