Mitt Romney is touting his business credentials as he tries to pick up Southern votes ahead of Tuesday's primaries in Alabama and Mississippi.
Romney is casting himself as better-suited to tackle the nation's economic problems than President Barack Obama.
Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich, meanwhile, says a new ABC television series is evidence that the entertainment
industry harbors anti-Christian bias.
Gingrich is criticizing the comedy-drama "GCB," which has also
been called "Good Christian Belles."
The former House speaker says no network would run a show with such a title if the word "Muslim" were used in place of
In Kansas, Rick Santorum suggested Obama and Romney share a top priority: to take away Americans' money and freedom so they can
tell them how to live.