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Winners And Losers From Final GOP Debate
MESA, Arizona — Maybe it was the fact that the candidates were forced to sit in an odd, uncomfortable configuration. Or, maybe it was that after twenty of these debates, these four candidates are just really tired of the routine.
DNC Hits Santorum: What’s Next, Cube-Shaped Planets?
Are frogs falling from the sky? After months of fixing its line of fire squarely on Mitt Romney, the Democratic Party has made a marked – if temporary — shift to Rick Santorum. If that seems unnatural, it’s probably because Romney is still seen by many political observers as the likely Republican nominee, despite Santorum’s surge in recent primary contests.
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A Trip to The iFactory
The voices are robot feminine and they never shut up, each chirp a surreal announcement that another new iPad is about to be born. The factory floor is spotless under the bright fluorescent lights and with hypnotic rhythm, thousands of hands reach into a conveyor belt river, bringing each gliding gadget to life one tiny piece at a time.
The Santorum Conundrum (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) Rick Santorum is on a roll. He’s drawing huge crowds on the campaign trail. The latest Gallup poll shows him ahead of Mitt Romney by eight points nationally. Even in Romney’s backyard of Michigan, Santorum looks like the candidate to beat.
Inside Apple’s Factories in China
“Nightline” anchor Bill Weir was granted unprecedented access to Foxconn, one of the Chinese companies Apple uses to manufacture their products. Watch a special edition of “Nightline,” “iFactory: Inside Apple,” on TUESDAY, Feb. 21 at 11:35 p.m. ET/PT.
Donald Trump Hitting The Michigan Airwaves For Mitt Romney
ABC News’ Michael Falcone reports: With just over a week to go before Michigan voters head to the polls, Mitt Romney is enlisting the help of one of his highest-wattage surrogates: Donald Trump. The real estate mogul is preparing to spread his pro-Romney, anti-Rick Santorum message in a series of radio interviews this week on local stations from Traverse City to Detroit.
‘World News’ Political Insights: Mitt Romney Michigan Loss Would Upend GOP
(Eric Thayer/Getty Images) Analysis Four years after Democrats waited on superdelegates to settle an unsettled race, Republicans are waiting for their Superman – and waiting, and waiting. That waiting is threatening to overcome a race that has party elders increasingly concerned about their ability to defeat a vulnerable President Obama.
Senior Obama Advisor: Rick Santorum’s ‘Phony Theology’ Comment ‘Well Over the Line’
ABC Obama campaign strategist and former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs blasted GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum this morning, saying he was “well over the line” for questioning President Obama’s Christian faith.
As US Downplays Threat from Iran, John McCain Seems to Side with Israel’s View
ABC News Asked on “This Week” about whether he agreed with the Obama administration’s advice to Israel on the growing threat from Iran, Sen. John McCain suggested the Jewish state was “pretty good” at assessing threats to its own national security.
Sen. John McCain: Give My ‘Friend’ Sheriff Paul Babeu ‘Benefit’ of Innocence
Sen. John McCain said today that his “friend” and political supporter, Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu, who has been accused of threatening to deport his ex-boyfriend, should be given the the benefit of innocence until proven guilty. “Well of course Sheriff Babeu is a friend of mine.
Sen. John McCain Worried Tenor of Campaign Could Hand Election to Obama
Sen. John McCain this morning expressed deep concern over the tone of the campaign for the GOP presidential nomination on “This Week,” admitting that it may actually be helping President Obama in his bid to be re-elected in the fall. “I am concerned about that,” said McCain, speaking from Afghanistan.
McCain Endorses Talks With Taliban
Sen. John McCain endorsed U.S. talks with the Taliban this morning on “This Week,” setting himself at odds with Mitt Romney, who he is backing for the GOP presidential nomination. “I think it’s important to have talks wherever you can,” said McCain, R-Ariz, speaking from Afghanistan.
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Bank of America Ordered to Pay $3.3 Million in Mistaken Identity Case
(Photo credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images) A Florida man who walked into a Bank of America branch to deposit an $100 check walked away three years later with an order for the bank to pay him $3.3 million after a case of mistaken identity.
Feds Arrest Would-Be Suicide Bomber Near U.S. Capitol
A would-be suicide bomber was arrested Friday, allegedly en route to attack Congress. The man wanted to target the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center, sources told ABC News, and had reached out to obtain a suicide vest. FBI undercover agents apparently provided him with a mock suicide vest and arrested him as he was on his way to his alleged target this morning.
Redesigning the Windows Logo
We have said that Windows 8 is a complete reimagination of the Windows operating system. Nothing has been left unexplored, including the Windows logo, to evaluate how it held up to modern PC sensibilities.
Romney Warns of Voting for Santorum
(Image Credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) BOISE, Idaho — For the first time since Rick Santorum has surged in the polls, Mitt Romney went on the offense, warning voters that if they want to elect a fiscal conservative they “can’t vote for Rick Santorum.” “There are a bunch of Republicans running, well, we’re down to four now,” said Romney, speaking at Guerdon Enterprises, a manufacturer of prefabricated homes.
Praying Otter Seeks Help from Higher Power
Image Credit: Marac Andrev Kolodzinski/Caters News/Zuma This otter at the Whipsnade Zoo outside of London was obviously dealing with some problems he needed a higher power to help with. According to the Daily Mail, the image of the mammal in need of the almighty was taken by Marac Andrev Kolodzinski.