The Republican presidential campaign rolled westward Wednesday, Mitt Romney riding herd after his Florida primary victory, Newt Gingrich looking for a new stake and a top party leader insisting the long trail won't necessarily hurt the GOP in the...
Patrick Sullivan Jr., 68, was being held on bond in an isolation cell at the Patrick J. Sullivan Jr. Detention Facility in suburban Denver, charged with felony distribution, possession of meth as well as a misdemeanor charge of soliciting prostitution.
Michael Bennet of Colorado and Linda McMahon of Connecticut were two of the most distinctive winners on a busy primary night, one an appointee who proved able to handle a primary challenge, the other the epitome of the conservative outsider-candidate.
"We've won some of the biggest states in the country," McCain told cheering supporters at a rally in Phoenix. An underdog for months, he proclaimed himself the front-runner at last, and added. "I don't really mind it one bit."
Republican Rep. Tom Tancredo, whose forceful opposition to illegal immigration vaulted him to national prominence, plans to announce he is abandoning his long-shot bid for the presidency, a person close to Tancredo said Wednesday.
Sens. John McCain of Arizona and Sam Brownback of Kansas both admitted Tuesday night they voted to authorize the U.S. military invasion of Iraq without reading the formal National Intelligence Estimate in advance.
Conservative Republican Mike Huckabee, seeking to repeat the success of another former governor from Hope, Ark., said Sunday he is taking the first step in what he acknowledged is an underdog bid for the White House in 2008.