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
Why is optimism plummeting among working-class whites but holding steady for minorities? And what does this great divergence in hopefulness mean for the 2012 presidential election?
The two frontrunners drew all the attention, emerging as the "winners" of Wednesday's GOP presidential forum -- but at what price?
Once known for his moderate appeal, the former Minnesota governor spent his time as a candidate following the tea party
Candidates spent the night digging at each other and the moderators, and no one walked away a clear winner or loser
The president appeared before TV cameras Sunday night to tell Americans he and GOP leaders reached agreement to avoid default
In announcing the withdrawal of 30,000 soldiers by the summer of 2012, the president sought to appease a war-weary American public
The former House speaker will take the first step toward a 2012 White House run