1. TAXES

    Santorum Releases Tax Documents

    Elaine Thompson / AP Photos

    He’s no Mitt Romney when it comes to income, but presidential candidate Rick Santorum has been doing OK lately. The former senator from Pennsylvania released four years—more than any other candidate—of tax returns, covering 2007 to 2010. The Santorums filed jointly, bringing in an adjusted gross income of about $659,000 in 2007, $952,000 in 2008, $1.1 million in 2009, and about $923,000 in 2010. They also paid their share of taxes, forking over between $167,000 and $310,000 per year. ABC News’ Michael Falcone did a “back of the envelope” calculation: in 2010 Santorum paid a 28.4 percent rate, compared with 13.9 percent for Romney.

    Read it at Politico