The former speaker's old tricks failed him at the forum that was his last chance to shine before Tuesday's Florida primary.
Gingrich's dreams of moon colonization illuminate what his fans find so appealing about him -- and what drives his critics crazy.
The casino magnate is reshaping the 2012 presidential race, just as he did the landscapes of Las Vegas and Macau.
Many voters seem persuaded that the resurgent GOP candidate would be a better nominee than Mitt Romney, but experts aren't so sure.
By failing to shine on the Tampa debate stage Monday, a subdued Newt Gingrich undermined the central appeal of his candidacy.
Although pundits have focused on the former speaker's debate performances, the truth is his organization -- the largest in the state -- was crucial to his win.
The former House speaker's upset victory confounded historical precedent and scrambled the formerly sedate race for the nomination.
Though the comedian had plenty of jokes about Herman Cain, who rallied with him in South Carolina, his critique of campaign finance is no laughing matter.
The night provided serious fireworks on marriage and media, tax returns, and health care, but the former speaker maintained his momentum.
After the most eventful day of the campaign thus far, candidates meet for what should be an exciting debate in Charleston on Thursday night.
Perry's Texas mojo didn't sell nationally. Now, he looks to add to Newt Gingrich's South Carolina momentum.
Left for dead time and again, the former speaker tries for another improbable comeback in South Carolina.
The Palmetto State airwaves are filled with millions of dollars in political advertising. Here's what voters are actually hearing.
Monday night's debate in South Carolina finds Gingrich back to his crowd-pleasing self as Romney gets rattled but not rolled.
As the Romney freight train rumbles onward, the newly winnowed Republican field meets in South Carolina for debate No. 16.
Jon Huntsman has acknowledged the near-inevitability of a Mitt Romney nomination, but the rest refuse to abandon their quests.
The religious right aims for a repeat of Iowa, where support from influential figures helped buoy Santorum to a late surge.
The Mayflower moderates who backed Huntsman in New Hampshire are a crowd he won't soon see again.
Thoughts on a predictable Granite State primary that strengthened Mitt Romney's hand going into the coming South Carolina street fight.
Huntsman is rising, Romney is faltering, and there's a lot of uncertainty in the race for third in the front-runner's sure-thing state.