Bill Clinton may be a great public speaker but if he really wants to help Hillary, the best thing to do may just be to stay quiet, says Jake Novak. » Read More
Bill Clinton has been going off-message lately. In a way, he's like former House Speaker Newt Gingrich – a senior statesman who says what he thinks, perhaps without thinking through the implications for his 'team,' and gets in trouble. In fact, an entire literature has sprung up around why Mr. Clinton appears, at times, to be acting as a double agent for Mr. Romney, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
The Romney campaign is recruiting testimonials from workers who have had positive experiences with Bain Capital, countering attacks by President Obama, The New York Times reports.
Speaker John Boehner on Tuesday vowed that the House will not wait until after November elections to find a way to avoid a year-end "fiscal cliff" – and that House Republicans will, again, refuse to raise the national debt limit, unless Congress offsets the hike with spending cuts the Christian Science Monitor reports.
Campaigning in the backyard of America's auto industry, Mitt Romney re-ignited the bailout debate by suggesting he deserves "a lot of credit" for the recent successes of the nation's largest car companies.
Republican party leaders are starting to gather in support of Mitt Romney, but not as fast as expected for a presumed presidential nominee.
Newt Gingrich bows out of the Republican presidential contest and vows to help Mitt Romney defeat President Barack Obama in November.
Newt Gingrich has lobbed one attack after another on front-runner Mitt Romney, driving down Romney's likability rating among voters. The Obama campaign has compiled the slams in a video, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
After an extended silence on the Republican presidential candidates, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani endorsed presumptive nominee Mitt Romney as the guy to turn around America.
The nomination all but in hand, Mitt Romney is refocusing his efforts on challenging President Obama, raising cash for the battle and reconciling with Rick Santorum.
Newt Gingrich will suspend his bid for the Republican presidential nomination next week, NBC News reports after Mitt Romney swept primaries in five states.
Mitt Romney laid claim to a fiercely contested Republican presidential nomination Tuesday night with five more primary triumphs and immediately set the tone for the general election campaign by attacking President Barack Obama over his handling of the economy.
"You don't quit the race just because you're behind," says GOP presidential candidate, Rep. Ron Paul, (R-TX) discussing his plan to restore America and whether he will get enough delegates to win the nomination.
Mitt Romney's presidential campaign said it raised $12.6 million in contributions in March, adding to roughly $14 million his Republican Party brought in last month.
In wake of Santorum stepping aside - today comes news Newt's campaign bounced a $500 check for Utah filing fee.
On “Fox News Sunday,” Newt Gingrich described Mitt Romney as "far and away the most likely" GOP nominee. The writing is on the wall for Gingrich, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
Don’t count out former Sen. Rick Santorum in his bid for the Republican presidential nomination, wealthy backer Foster Friess said Wednesday.
Sharpen your pencils, it's Last Call quiz time.
On the third and last day of arguments, several Supreme Court justices seemed receptive to the idea that portions of Obama's health care law can survive even if the the centerpiece is declared unconstitutional.
The heart of the Obama administration's health care overhaul hanging in the balance, the Supreme Court is turning to whether the rest of the law can survive if the crucial individual insurance requirement is struck down.
More than 60 of Obama's biggest campaign donors have visited the White House more than once for meetings with top advisers, holiday parties or state dinners, a review by The Associated Press has found.