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  • The Rise and Fall of Mitt Romney, in 94 Minutes

    Anyone looking for another side of Mitt Romney in the documentary “Mitt,” which starts streaming today on Netflix, will find flashes of the inner man but few deep revelations. Still, as filmmaker Greg Whiteley trails the venture capitalist and former Massachusetts governor through two failed presidential bids, he is well positioned to capture the Romneys’ intimate moments of triumph and the bewildering speed of Mitt’s defeat after a long, hard slog.

  • Romney Paid 14.1% U.S. Tax Rate on $13.7 Million in Income

    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney paid $1.9 million in taxes on $13.7 million of income in 2011 for a 14.1 percent rate, according to tax returns he released today.

  • Romney Forgoes Full Charity Tax Break for 13% 2011 Rate

    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney chose to pay more in taxes than he needed to, forgoing about $250,000 in deductions to keep his tax rate above 13 percent.

  • Romney Sidesteps Details of Tax Plan for Top Earners

    Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said he’ll reduce the number of deductions and exemptions for high-income taxpayers, while declining to say which ones he would get rid of as part of his plan.

  • Ann Romney Takes Biggest Stage Yet to Humanize Husband

    When she speaks with someone, Ann Romney focuses on her subject with the intensity of a mother skilled in keeping a child’s attention.

  • Romney on Offense, Says Obama Can’t Help Middle Class

    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney went on the offense today over secretly videotaped remarks he made earlier this year, continuing an effort to transform the campaign distraction into a broader debate about the role of government.

  • Romney Camp Woos Women While Stumbling on Equal Pay

    Mitt Romney spent his first full day as the presumptive Republican presidential nominee making a direct appeal to women, part of an effort to repair the political damage caused by a combative primary contest.

  • Romney Talks Tax Law Change, Begins Running Mate Search

    Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said he isn’t too rich to relate to average Americans and President Barack Obama should “start packing” for a White House departure in 2013.

  • Romney’s Campaign Seeks to Keep his Vice Presidential Buzz Alive

    The vice presidential choices of Barack Obama and John McCain were revealed on Fridays. The news of running mates for Al Gore and George W. Bush leaked out on Mondays. And John Kerry announced John Edwards on a Tuesday.

  • Romney Takes Hits in Republican Party as Obama Gains Edge

    Republican Mitt Romney is being hit with criticism in his own party over the tone and direction of the election campaign with a narrowing window of time to regroup.

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