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EXCLUSIVE: Paul Ryan talks to Right Turn

Newt Gingrich said Rep. Paul Ryan's endorsement of rival Mitt Romney is "a great achievement" for the former Massachusetts governor. "Paul Ryan is one of the rising stars in the Republican Party," Gingrich said during an

Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) after the big news of the morning. As we anticipated last night, Ryan endorsed Mitt Romney this morning: Ryan said he would join Romney later today for a fish fry in Milwaukee and a town hall in Ryan's district.

Representative Paul D. Ryan of Wisconsin on Friday is endorsing the presidential candidacy of Mitt Romney, becoming the latest Republican leader to urge the party to coalesce behind Mr. Romney and begin to confront

Romney's latest endorsement comes from House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan, who—on Fox and Friends this morning—warned that the GOP primary could become “counterproductive” if it doesn't end soon: “We need to

Paul Ryan, R-WI., and Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-MD., square off on health care, the budget, and the 2012 presidential race, Sunday on "This Week with George Stephanopoulos." More Republicans line up behind presidential front-runner Mitt Romney,

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A Look Back At The Hidden Earl Scruggs

Brad Paisley, Billy Ray Cyrus and Miranda Lambert are among the stars who have paid tribute to bluegrass icon Earl Scruggs following his death on Wednesday. The musician, who was credited with elevating the banjo from a comedy prop to a lead instrument

Bluegrass pioneer Earl Scruggs died yesterday at the age of 88 at a hospital in Nashville, the New York Times confirms. Scruggs' distinctive picking s.

Brad Paisley, Billy Ray Cyrus and Miranda Lambert are among the stars who have paid tribute to bluegrass icon Earl Scruggs following his death on Wednesday. The musician, who was credited with elevating the banjo from a comedy prop to a lead instrument

Earl Scruggs perfected a banjo style often imitated but never equaled. By Malcolm Jones.

Bluegrass pioneer Earl Scruggs died yesterday at the age of 88 at a hospital in Nashville, the New York Times confirms. Scruggs' distinctive picking s.

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