The phrase, common among staffers on Paul Ryan's campaign, is parlance for permitting the seven-term Wisconsin congressman to embrace his inner wonk, the side of his personality that led him to become the youngest House Budget Committee chairman in a decade as well as an intellectual force in his party.
Firemen rush the plane after the craft with the nominee's wife makes an emergency landing in Denver Friday.
At least 117 people are killed in Syria on Friday, an opposition group says. UN refugee agency says it is making progress relocating Syrian refugees in Lebanon. In an interview, Syrian leader is critical of opposition supporters Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Qatar.
Change was the theme of the candidate's 2008 campaign slogan, and he said at a Thursday forum that change from the outside was essential for his election and policy.
Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Secretary Robin Jennison will spearhead the 16-member committee with varied experience, interest and expertise in the state's ecotourism-related programs and activities.
Delegates say they will return to work (with the students) on Wednesday. A tentative contract agreement was reached Sunday. Rank and file still need to vote on the new deal for it to be officially ratified.
Radio host Helen Aguirre-Ferre says "there are some Hispanics who are concerned" with Romney's immigration positions, as well as Kris Kobach's involvement in the campaign.
GOP Nominee Mitt Romney tells a Latino group that President Obama failed them, while President Obama says Romney doesn't "walk the walk" on China.