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My tally is in my head rather than on my laptop. Not being a high-flying politician, I guess my enemies are fewer and easier to remember than hers are.

Defiant contender Newt Gingrich says that nothing will make him quit the race to the White House

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Newt Gingrich said yesterday that there was probably no circumstance that would lead him to pull out of the Republicans' race to challenge President Barack Obama in November.

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Rick Santorum, who for the last two weeks has zoomed to the first rank in the Republican nomination race, came face to face with the price of that success in last night’s televised debate in Arizona - concerted attacks from rivals Mitt Romney and Ron Paul as they sought to discredit his credentials as a social and fiscal conservative.

Rick Santorum addresses an audience in Phoenix, Arizona, ahead of next week's primary vote

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Rick Santorum: Earnings in 2010 $923,000. Tax rate 31 per cent

Santorum is party's poor relation – with a salary of $1m

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Rick Santorum is joined on stage by his wife Karen, right, and family at a Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington yesterday

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Inevitability of victory by front-runner is suddenly in doubt as conservative rival surges in polls

Wednesday’s protest was joined by an estimated 7,000 websites, including Google, Wordpress, and Craigslist. More than 4.5 million people put their names to a petition against Sopa

Protests prompt supporters of online piracy bills to back away

The backlash against two bills aimed at stopping online copyright infringement gathered pace last night, as eight US lawmakers announced they had decided to withdraw support for the measures.

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An investigation is under way into claims made by a Republican Senator in America that classified information about the killing of Osama Bin Laden was passed to a film-maker working on a project telling the story of the raid by US armed forces last year.

Santorum (left) and Romney ended in what was essentially a dead heat

Mitt Romney beats Rick Santorum in Iowa caucus by just eight votes

After months of being ignored by the pundits and pollsters, Rick Santorum, the social conservative and former US Senator from Pennsylvania, leaped to the head of the Iowa caucus vote essentially sharing victory for the night with the former Massachusetts Governor, Mitt Romney.

Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich and his wife, Callista, on the campaign trail in Iowa

Republicans braced for the Iowa judgement

Across a wind-whipped Iowa, the runners in the Republican nomination race reached out for support one last time yesterday, amid signs of continuing skittishness among voters who will gather in caucus meetings tonight to pick their favourite to take on Barack Obama in November.

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Santorum reflects on change in fortunes as his momentum builds

Across a wind-whipped Iowa, the runners in the Republican nomination race reached out for support one last time yesterday amid signs of continuing skittishness among voters who will gather in caucus meetings tonight to pick their favourite to take on Barack Obama in November's presidential election.

Republican spotlight on Santorum

A late surge in the polls and a negative ad from one of his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination has put Rick Santorum under the spotlight ahead of voting in the first primaries next week.

Russian explorer's boss steps down to become senator

The head of Petropavlovsk, the London-listed Russian gold miner formerly known as Peter Hambro Mining, is swapping his chief executive's jacket for a senator's robes.

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