From abortion rights to fair pay, the slate of speakers sought to consolidate and improve President Obama's edge among women.
The Romney campaign is either recklessly ignorant of the facts or it is lying about its appeal to the politics of race.
It's not just Washington. Across the country, citizens' faith in their city halls, newspapers, and churches is fading.
There is now little doubt that he'll be the nominee, but the Sunshine State has serious sullied his brand for the race ahead.
Romney will say anything to get elected and Gingrich will attack anybody to get elected.
With polls deadlocked between Gingrich and Romney, the last debate before the Florida primary will make or break one of them.
Obama lays out a case for his re-election, but the policy solutions he proposes fall short of the challenges America faces.
The former Massachusetts governor hits Gingrich hard, but this time there's no notable flare-up from the fiery former speaker.
The former speaker deflected a question about accusations from his ex-wife skillfully, but it's still unclear if he can overtake the frontrunner and win on Saturday.
Far from seriously denting his armor, his rivals' attacks on Romney as a 'vulture capitalist' are leading the rest of the party to rally around him.
Even if he cruises to victory, the Granite State has shown that the frontrunner isn't as invulnerable as he once appeared.
If Romney wasn't the prohibitive front-runner before the debate, he is now.
After a disappointing 2008 performance, decided to spend less time and money in New Hampshire. Was it the right call?
With sky-high expectations in New Hampshire and the backing of one of his party's major figures, the barely-frontrunner better turn up the heat, and fast.
The surging Pennsylvanian delivered a strong performance Tuesday, but he'll still struggle to stop Mitt Romney in New Hampshire and beyond.
He's great on the stage, but if you watched closely enough, you could still see his heavy baggage littering it
In America's changing economy and powerful business interests, our current president faces some of the same challenges as our 26th
The former Massachusetts governor will face the same criticism over and over -- but he's got a plan for how to handle it
The GOP candidates couldn't push past their oversimplified campaign talking points at Saturday's debate in South Carolina
Consultants wonder why the Texas governor gave such an awkward speech in New Hampshire last weekend