Rep. Michele Bachmann, (R-MN), explains why she is calling for the resignation of Secretary Sebelius over the glitches associated with the rollout of Obamacare. Bachman says, "Once you sign up there's no way to get out."» Read More
Herman Cain addresses the issue of GSEs Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac. Would he shut them down? Cain says he'd find a way to unwind them and let the market determine the future of the housing market.
One speaker calls for banking transparency, while Richard, a professor at Oakland University, is interested in China policy of the candidates. Michelle says she os interested in a politician who will put the citizens of this country first. And NAME says he's looking for pro-life candidates. Matt wants to see Mitt clarify his stance on the auto bailout.
Maria asks why the American people should hire a president if they feel there are character issues. Cain says he's being tried in the court of public opinion based on unfounded accusations.
A look at the most important issues facing candidates, with Dick Armey, FreedomWorks and Ed Rendell, former Pennsylvania governor.
CNBC's Scott Cohn has a preview of tomorrow's debate on CNBC.
Dodd-Frank has badly burdened American business to the permanent advantage of their foreign competitors.
CNBC's John harwood has the details on GOP candidates getting ready for tomorrow's face-off.
"Their ideas for what needs to happen are terrible," says one analyst. "Then go to the Democratic side — their ideas are just as bad. "
For those who don’t follow the daily news flow, there are a series of nationally televised debates to get to know the candidates and issues.
Click ahead to learn about these abodes, located in nine states, and find out who owns, has owned, or rents each house.
Economic inequality may or may not become a central issue in the presidential race, but the candidates have at least one reason to hope it does not. The New York Times reports.
Republican presidential candidates are issuing biting and sustained attacks on the federal courts and the role they play in American life. The New York Times reports.
The Environmental Protection Agency is emerging as a favorite target of the Republican presidential candidates, who portray it as the very symbol of a heavy-handed regulatory agenda imposed by the Obama administration that they say is strangling the economy. The New York Times reports.
Warren Buffett has said, almost yelled, 'Tax the Super-Rich!' many times over the past few years. But his latest New York Times op-ed headlined Stop Coddling the Super-Rich appears to have hit a "nerve," as Reuters puts it, with Washington gearing up for another debate on how to cut the nation's deficit. It's getting a strong reaction on the campaign trail and elsewhere.
Minnesota Congresswoman and GOP Presidential candidate Michele Bachmann offers her opinion on Warren Buffett's suggestion that billionaires and millionaires should pay more taxes.
President Obama holds a stronger political position than Republicans entering the end-game of their standoff over the debt ceiling, a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll has found.
Presidential campaigns are marathons, but time is running short for former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty. Once viewed as the principal rival to GOP front-runner Mitt Romney, Pawlenty has struggled with lackluster donations, weak poll ratings, a sub-par debate performance and new home-grown competition from Tea Party favorite Michele Bachmann.
The dismal state of employment offers more proof that President Obama's economic plan isn't working, Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann told CNBC.
Outspoken congresswoman and Tea Party favorite Michele Bachmann cast herself as the "bold choice" for the Republican presidential nomination, as she formally kicked off her campaign Monday in her Iowa home town.
Opening a new phase in a race to define the direction of their party, the leading Republican presidential candidates gathered for the first time to debate, the York Times reports.