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What we're watching: Fri., Jan. 6, 2012

John McCain goofs at a Mitt Romney event, saying "President Obama will turn this country around."Rep.

John McCain goofs at a Mitt Romney event, saying "President Obama will turn this country around."

Rep. Eric Cantor responds to jobs report. 

House Speaker John Boehner on jobs report: Good news, but Americans are still struggling.

John McCain says President Obama "is about to dismantle our defense capabilities."

Freddie Mac has given the green light to Newt Gingrich to disclose his contracts from his stint as an adviser to the company.

Newt Gingrich slams President Obama on unemployment numbers.

Mitt Romney’s claim to be a job creator hits the skids.

Rick Santorum rents out the email list of to tap into the checkbooks of the conservative website's readers.

Rick Santorum engaged in a heated exchange with a few students on gay marriage when he spoke to the 2012 College Convention on Thursday in Concord.  

The Santorum campaign is claiming to have raised $2 million since the Iowa caucus dead heat.

Rick Santorum says America needs a "Jesus candidate."

Newt Gingrich is set to be the target of another round of attack ads from outside groups.

The cozy conservative confines of the Iowa caucuses have given way to an unpredictable and often unruly New Hampshire primary.

A major pension fund and longtime investor in Walmart has blacklisted the retailing behemoth, citing poor labor practices 

Newt Gingrich said Thursday he is willing to go before the NAACP and urge blacks to demand paychecks, not food stamps.

Unemployment rate falls as economy adds 200K jobs.


The Obama campaign urges supporters in Pennsylvania to speak out about Rick Santorum -- who lost his 2006 Senate reelection bid there by 17 points.

Romney’s tax plan gives millionaires a $150K tax cut while raising taxes on low-income families.

All options on the table for Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum.

The Twitterverse has been afire with a report about a county in Iowa where a vote-watcher claims there was a typo swinging 20 votes to Mitt Romney, who won by just eight votes.

Did Rick Santorum really win the Iowa caucus? 

David Axelrod dismisses Mitt 'lectures ... on merit."