Obama's online profile is prolific--he's everywhere from AsianAve to BlackPlanet.
John Edwards says pins aren't necessary for patriotism and defends his decision to accept public financing.
The controversy about Blackwater USA's role in a September 16 shooting, and broader questions about the role and oversight of private security firms operating in Iraq, are becoming fodder for political attacks among 2008 presidential candidates.
While speaking in Iowa, Obama hears emotional stories on health care, but doesn't appear to embrace 'feel your pain' politicking.
Candidates convene for 'Defending the American Dream' summit in D.C. where most attendees share one primary dream: lower taxes.
The dean of the political press took questions about Clinton vs. Obama, MoveOn, and the baseball playoffs.
Rounding out the GOP field, Republican presidential contender Fred Thompson has finally released an official tally of its fundraising for the past three months.
When the long 2008 presidential campaign finally comes to a close, one of the most dismal episodes will have been the manipulation and game-playing over the nomination calendar.
Sen. Barack Obama revisits this summer's 'arugula incident,' using it as a reason to discuss both the media's pettiness and the sophisticated paletes of potential Iowa caucus-goers.
Fred Thompson displays a campaign tactic that only a working mother could love.
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton talked about her childhood astronaut dreams at a science-focused address today.
Barack Obama may have skipped a forum on senior issues, but he's counting on support on the other end of the spectrum: youth voters.
Are polls understating young Iowa voters' support for Barack Obama?
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani finally filled out much of the rest of the Republican money picture, and if you're a stalwart for the GOP, it ain't pretty.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani finally filled out the rest of the Republican money...
There are few divides larger this year between Republican and Democratic presidential candidates than on the issue of health care--and at this point, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll, public opinion is on the side of the Democrats.
Republican contenders fight over fiscal issues.
In a new ad, the New York senator says she was a champion of those whose health was endangered by the attacks at the World Trade Center.
The former Arkasas governor says he's sticking with the Republican party, even if Christian conservatives seek a third party candidate.
Romney raised $10 million this quarter, and will loan the campaign $8.5 million of his own money.
The great thing about being a former president is the public likes you as much if not more than it did while you were in office.
Among the Texas congressman's loyal, passionate, Web-savvy supporters, it's not a question that Paul is the Dean of '08. It's a statement.
On a trip through Iowa, Thompson toured an ethanol plant, meeting and greeting, but leaving some voters wanting more.
Former North Carolina senator also proposed ending the outsourcing of security in Iraq.
With primary rules, Dean is accused of "disenfranchising" Florida voters.
Giuliani's New Hampshire travels.
The American Federation of Teachers announces its support for Hillary Clinton.
Mitt Romney has experienced a September slide in the Granite State.
The senator's success this quarter drew from online and low dollar donations.
Critics say Fred Thompson hasn't brought much substance to the stump so far, but this week in Iowa he offered plans for Social Security reform.
The comparison has been floating around for a while, so it was only a matter of time before Barack Obama's campaign started making the claim explicitly itself: meet BHO, the new JFK.
In a speech today, Obama appears to move more closely toward criticism of his chief rival, Hillary Clinton.
Sen. Joe Biden support in early voting states comes from some state legislators who have, in turn, gotten support from Biden.
In Iowa, the GOP candidate says more power should be with the states, but offers few specifics.
Questions on the president's latest approval ratings and whether Democrats are aggressive enough in opposing Bush.
This was the day Barack Obama intended to seize the initiative in the Democratic presidential race with a speech in Chicago, but before he could take the stage Hillary Clinton sought to steal the spotlight by announcing her big third-quarter fundraising report.
Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Rodham Clinton announced this morning that she raised $27 million over...
Who will follow Rice at the State Department is a the question already rippling through the foreign policy establishment in Washington.
Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Rodham Clinton announced this morning that she raised $27 million over the past three months, a figure that continues to keep her well out in front of both Democrats and Republicans in terms of total dollars raised.
The Romney web empire expands to include a site from the candidate's wife.
The backpedaling begins for McCain on religion, while rival Thompson also has to explain his stand on gay marriage.
Top advisors to presidential contender John Edwards have now reported the former North Carolina senator raised $7 million over the past three months.
Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama raised at least $20 million during the past three months.
The strength of Giuliani's candidacy has brought rare agreement between former President Bill Clinton and Dr. James Dobson.
Shailagh Murray took your questions on the war over the war in Iraq and the 2008 presidential campaign.