They're stale, sometimes hypocritical, and could actually be counterproductive for the Republican Party.
A lower unemployment rate threatens the presumptive GOP nominee's plan to run against Obama's economic record.
A memo from the president's re-election team suggests he'd rather face the former speaker than Mitt Romney in a general election.
As Republicans grapple with whether he's reliable enough to back, women -- from ex-wives to ex-colleagues -- are on both sides.
The president's new video demonstrates he won't go down without a fight, but it's what's left out -- the economy -- that will dominate the conversation.
The social conservative's gains in a new poll are impressive, but electability concerns and lack of economic expertise may hold him back.
After several brutal attack ads from his surging rival, Gingrich says he couldn't vote for Paul, who he says is not 'a serious person.'
A disillusioned former aide publishes scathing allegations, saying that Paul harbors anti-Israel views and is a 9/11 truther.
In suggesting that other nations don't take the costs of war as seriously, the former House Speaker has made an unpresidential assertion
With high unemployment and minimal job growth, Obama can't run on the economy. Can he win as commander in chief?
The tea party precedent suggests that a movement can flourish even with an unclear identity and some pretty far-out ideas
Now running for the U.S. Senate, the consumer advocate conservatives love to hate turns out to have a deft touch on the stump
Social Security is fine through 2037, though you wouldn't know it from listening to the Republican presidential field. Not so Medicare.
Wooing companies to Texas with lower wages and less regulation is not a model that can be replicated at the national level
Sometimes a speech is just a speech, but President Obama's speech to Congress wasn't one of those times
Romney attacks Perry on Social Security as the Texas governor once again calls it a "Ponzi scheme"
With her campaign for the GOP presidential nod stalled, the Minnesota congresswoman shake ups her staff. But can it work?