Perry and Romney hog the spotlight. Gingrich hates questions. Galileo makes an entrance. Highlights from the third major 2012 forum.
Five things to pay attention to as Republican presidential candidates gather at the Reagan library in Simi Valley, Calif.
A Tumblr page explores the possibilities of the congresswoman's ocular intensity
His poll ratings have hit new lows. Here are the numbers that should worry the White House the most.
Tea partiers blasted the Teamsters leader after he called on his supporters to "take" them "out" in a Labor Day speech
The much-derided new lightbulb efficiency standards were a Republican idea, even if Republicans have come to hate them
The former governor has described the movement as an accepting sect that welcomes outsiders -- which is how it wants to be seen
The White House launches a new website to solicit petitions from the public, borrowing an idea from House Republicans
Partisan rancor was alive and well on Capitol Hill Wednesday, as staffers jockeyed to spin reporters on who has behaved more childishly
The governor requires staff communications to be wiped after seven days. In this October 2010 interview, he bristled at criticism.
Mitt Romney won't quadruple the size of his giant house. He'll just double it! Maybe he was scared off by the competition.
The New Mexico Republican scored 100 percent with .38 and .45 caliber pistols, earning recertification for a concealed carry license
Elijah Zarlin, who penned emails from the candidate in 2008, protested the Keystone XL pipeline with his activist group on Monday
What does this man do for a living? Lest we forget, the Republican's jacket reminded us that he is governor of New Jersey.
Recovery funds aren't usually controversial, but House Republicans want to exercise more fiscal restraint than in years past
Earlier this year, Republicans tried to change how relief funding works. How will their approach play after Irene?
The president will end his current trip as Irene approaches. By now, he should be used to disasters occurring while he's out of town.
What else should we expect? An ardent critic of fiat money, the libertarian congressman puts his money where his mouth is.