Elections Republicans

  • Ron Paul on Presidential Politics

    Republican presidential candidate, Rep. Ron Paul discusses fixing the U.S. economy, fighting the Fed, Iran and foreign policy, and his plan to restore America.

  • Ron Paul's Freedom Principles

    "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.

  • Obama's Inconvenient Oil Truth?

    Discussing a recent geological report that found America holds roughly 26% of the world's undiscovered oil, with Sen. Lisa Murkowski, (R-AK).

  • Mitt Romney

    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.

  • The Obama family dog, a Portuguese water dog named Bo, trots across the South Lawn.

    It all starts with a story that has dogged Mitt Romney for five years, that of Seamus the Irish setter and his unfortunate road trip to Canada — in a crate on a car roof.

  • Romney Campaigns In Ohio

    She is a 63-year-old grandmother known as "Mamie," a former stay-at-home mother of five boys, and the cookie-baking wife of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. But don't be fooled: Republicans and Democrats alike see Ann Romney as an effective political weapon.

  • Ted Nugent

    Ted Nugent says he'll meet with the Secret Service to explain his comments about President Barack Obama that some have interpreted as threatening.

  • Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama

    President  Obama says his Republican rivals are absolutely wrong about how to reinvigorate the economy. Mitt Romney, meanwhile, says Obama is over his head and swimming in the wrong direction when it comes to the economy.

  • Kudlow on Politics: Oil & the 'Buffett Rule'

    CNBC's Larry Kudlow and Brian Sullivan discuss major political headlines.

  • Warren Buffett and President Barack Obama

    For the majority of the country, $4 gas isn’t going to doom the American economy. Here’s why.

  • Warren Buffett and President Barack Obama

    The Senate rejected the "Buffett Rule" tax on the rich after Republicans accused President Obama of pitting Americans against each other.

  • President Obama announced a reversal of his administration's health care rule requiring religious employers to provide women free access to contraception.

    President Barack Obama raised a combined $53 million for his campaign, the Democratic Party and other campaign funds in March, his campaign says.

  • Rick Santorum Suspends His Campaign

    Former Senator Rick Santorum, (R-PA) announces he's suspending his campaign for the GOP presidential nomination.

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    House Republican attempts to blunt Dodd-Frank's regulatory requirements on derivatives would remove transparency and "allow these prices to continue to be secret," Rep. Barney Frank told CNBC Thursday.

  • A day after winning the Michigan and Arizona primaries, Mitt Romney is campaigning in Ohio ahead of Super Tuesday.

    Mitt Romney will probably be relying on a ton of campaign cash and a barrage of nasty attack ads ripping into President Obama. Look for Romney to take a more moderate tack, too.

  • Charles Darwin

    Social Darwinism, a popular topic in the 19th and early 20th centuries, is back. President Obama used it to criticize Mitt Romney and a new House GOP budget-slashing plan.

  • Gov. Nikki Haley on Unions & Govt. Overreach

    The Kudlow Report's Larry Kudlow reveals two more of his ten commandments of growth, and Gov. Nikki Haley, (R-SC) discusses the battle between big government and business.

  • Santorum: Should He Stay or Should He Go?

    After Mitt Romney's three-primary sweep on Tuesday, is it time for Rick Santorum to get out of the race? Foster Friess, Friess Associates founder, weighs in.

  • Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks to supporters at a rally in the Tivoli Student Union on the Auraria Campus on February 7, 2012 in Denver, Colorado.

    Up-and-coming Republicans are scrambling to declare a lack of interest in being vice president as speculation begins about the No. 2 spot on the GOP ticket.

  • President Barack Obama speaking at the Associated Press luncheon during the ASNE Convention.

    Few would quarrel with President Obama's point that the GOP has drifted to the right, but in a major campaign speech, Obama ignored realities in his own Democratic ranks.