The Louisiana governor would be a surprise pick, but he might be just the right gamble for the risk-averse Romney campaign.
The Ohio senator seems to check all of Romney's boxes. But it's unclear how much of an asset he'd really be to the campaign.
Even if he wanted to choose the Wisconsin representative, why would Ryan want to leave his powerful post in the House?
A breakdown of coverage suggests liberals are getting the short end of the stick, but there's less to it than meets the eye.
Not too exciting and not too boring, not too conservative and not too moderate, the former Minnesota governor would be a perfect wingman for Mitt Romney.
From income inequality to West Bank settlements, he says it should all be discussed in private. Is that a real basis for policymaking?
Or, "I got your Chicago-style politics right here, pal."
Next time someone complains about the lack of civility in today's politics, play this clip of the two late authors nearly coming to blows.
His crushing victory over establishment candidate David Dewhurst shows that the movement remains a potent force.
Critics accuse him of racism, but the comment appears to just be an awkward commentary on economic success.
In speech after speech, the presumptive Republican nominee deploys a familiar move to accentuate his points.
The administration insists it didn't remove a bust of Winston Churchill. But what are Obama and David Cameron doing in this photo?
Mitt Romney's serial gaffes in London incite mockery from the vicious British press and on Twitter.
First, he saved the Salt Lake City Games. Then he commissioned souvenirs to remind everyone he'd done so.
Despite the political risks, both Romney and Obama see ex-pats as an untapped campaign resource ripe for the taking.
Barring economic catastrophe, Obama will probably win the Wolverine State, but it's smart for Romney to keep the heat up.
The president racked up prominent GOP backers four years ago. Surprisingly, not all of them have given up on him.
Has the Minnesota representative finally gone too far in attacking Huma Abedin? Bachmann's position remains strong -- at least for now.
Asked about releasing tax returns, the GOP candidate's wife says her family isn't hiding anything.
Reasonable adults can have a debate about the optimal tax regime for economic growth and fiscal responsibility, but this is not that debate.