Super Pac Has Internet Fun At Gingrich's Expense

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Disasters Stayed In The Headlines In 2011

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Newt Gingrich speaks Monday at Global Security Services in Davenport, Iowa. Despite falling poll numbers, Gingrich says he will avoid negative campaigning. Chris Carlson/Associated Press hide caption

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Negative Ads Hammer Positive Gingrich Campaign

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Ron Paul Surges In Iowa Polls

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Ron Paul's Young Fans Flock To Him In Iowa

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George Allen, a former U.S. senator and Virginia governor, speaks to employees of an auto parts manufacturing plant near Roanoke, Va., on Oct. 5. Allen is trying to recapture the Senate seat he lost in 2006. Stephanie Klein-Davis/AP hide caption

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Virginia Senate Race: Familiar Faces, Fresh Pressure

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Look, Up In The Sky! It's A Drone, Looking At You

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DNC Launches Romney Attack Ad In Key States

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Online Ads: Spreading Your Message, On A Budget

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In September 1994, then-House Minority Whip Newt Gingrich addressed Republican congressional candidates on Capitol Hill during a rally where they pledged a new "Contract with America." Months later, Republicans gained control of both houses of Congress for the first time in decades, and Gingrich became speaker of the House. John Duricka/AP hide caption

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To Imagine A Gingrich Presidency, Look To The '90s

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Gingrich talks to a breakfast crowd during a campaign stop at the Circle Restaurant in Epsom, N.H., on Friday. A new CBS poll of Republican primary voters finds him tied for second place with Mitt Romney, behind Herman Cain. Jim Cole/AP hide caption

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For Gingrich, A Slow And Steady Climb To The Top

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In Ads, Candidates Turn Up Heat On Romney

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Passengers wait to clear security next to the newly opened pre-check lane at Miami International Airport. The airport is one of four that is allowing frequent fliers to use a special security line where they can keep their shoes on and their laptops in their bags. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Airports Try New Screening To Focus On Threats

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Herman Cain's Ads Unconventional If Not Effective

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Are Farm Subsidies At Risk?

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