After a shellacking in Delaware, which he'd called a must-win, the former Speaker isn't out of the race but admits he won't be the nominee.
Campaigning in the small-town Midwest on Friday, Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum suggested Mitt Romney is too big-city to secure the Republican nomination.
After months polling in the single digits, the former Utah governor finally has some traction. He'd better, because the Granite State is his only chance.
In Atlanta on Saturday the candidate announced his resort to "Plan B," citing the string of allegations against him
While the rest of the candidates bickered in Las Vegas, the former Utah governor declined to attend Tuesday night's debate
Dismissed by the establishment, the former Godfather's Pizza CEO has seen his stock rise in the 2012 Republican primary
She used to criticize them fiercely, but the congresswoman's family farm gets federal assistance. So do Iowans.
The longtime Fed critic says America will be better off if Washington misses the Treasury's Aug. 2 deadline to raise the borrowing limit
Congressional leaders want to require a balanced budget, even though three-quarters of the states would have to ratify it
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How Mitt Romney and Michele Bachmann meet the press
Gaffes that could haunt the Minnesota congresswoman as she runs for president
The former speaker's campaign hits another roadblock
After news about a film about the former governor, it's yet another indication that she plans to run for president in 2012
A leading free-market group says the property-magnate-turned-reality-star is just another big-government lefty
Meet the Republicans who will compete for a chance to challenge Obama in 2012
She's acting like a 2012 candidate, but the Minnesota congresswoman isn't quite ready to make it official
Republicans vote to empower the Wisconsin Senate Sergeant at Arms to accost Democrats and return them to the Capitol
The potential 2012 aspirants won't work for Fox for the next 60 days, while they decide whether or not to run for president
"[T]hose catchphrases sounded familiar because [Obama] took them straight from tea party candidates," she says.