How the storm poses tests for Mitt Romney, President Obama, and elections authorities up and down the eastern seaboard
A court rules that implementing the law this close to the election would likely lead to improper voter disenfranchisement.
The candidate's eldest sister looks to assuage women's fears about the GOP ticket, but her comments may rattle the pro-life movement.
Party planning and the all-important schmoozing it facilitates have gotten trickier this year, thanks to the bad economy.
After calling the lead-up to the games "disconcerting," he earned a sharp rebuke from the British prime minister.
Giving a member of the movement a prominent speaking slot in Tampa could ease worries that the GOP candidate is a wishy-washy moderate.
Washington is gridlocked and focused on the presidential election, but bitter fights rage for control of state capitals around the country.
As expected, the former Pennsylvania senator easily defeats his rivals in the Sunflower State's Republican nominating contest.
Libertarian viewpoints, a large Mormon population, and a far less oppulent approach than 2008
The former speaker likes to trumpet his big ideas, but instituting just a few of them could inflate the national deficit.
The former CEO has risen to the upper echelon of the 2012 GOP field. Is his campaign selling a candidate or a hardcover?
Strategist Mindy Finn has pushed GOP candidates to organize online. With the 2012 presidential race underway, they've finally caught on.