In South Carolina speech, takes rival to task for putting a winning strategy ahead of need to bring the country together.
The tally for Granite State candidates comes in at a hefty 44 as of today's filing deadline.--Alec MacGillis
Obama's campaign in South Carolina, the first state in the primary process that will have a sizeable black population, is strongly emphasizing to Palmetto State voters they could help elect the first black president
South Carolina Republican voters think their party should reach out more to blacks and Hispanics, even though some candidates seem to be doing the opposite.--Krissah Williams
Hillary Clinton returns to Wellesley, the all-women's college that she said prepared her for the "all-boys club" of presidential politics.
Romney's new add criticizes Clinton's lack of experience.
Senators turned presidential hopefuls may have to make campaign trail detours back to the Capitol.--Shailagh Murray
Mike Huckabee walks the walk of his religious convictions. (AP). Mike Huckabee has emerged...
Bond gives New Yorker foothold in heartland.
A new letter urging President Bush not to take action against Iraq splits Clinton and Obama.
The former North Carolina senator and Democratic hopeful has officially qualified for public matching funds.--Matthew Mosk
Senator and Democratic hopeful Chris Dodd tries a new fundraising pitch: the faux internal e-mail.
Former president George H.W. Bush thinks the New York senator, and current front-runner, may actually lose the Democratic nomination after all.--Peter Baker
Both liberal and conservative bloggers say the network should make debate footage available for use online.--Jose Antonio Vargas
Comedian Stephen Colbert won't get a shot at the South Carolina primary after all.
The AFSCME plans to spend $60 million in in the 2008 cycle, investing fully in electing its candidate.
In book, Gerson says President eyed push for investment in newborns.
The Law of the Seas treaty: something everyone, except GOP candidates, can agree on.
The Democratic Party's most reliable supporters in 2008 could turn out to be unmarried women.--Juliet Eilperin
What did Dennis Kucinich see over Shirley MacLaine's house?
Tuesday's debate in Philadelphia was the weakest performance Clinton has delivered in any debate this year.
The Democratic front-runner has several campus events planned this week, including a stop at Wellesley, her alma mater.--Anne E. Kornblut
Dennis Kucinich won't duck the UFO issue.
Activist and repeat presidential hopeful Ralph Nader is suing the DNC over his 2004 race and has not decided definitively on 2008.--Perry Bacon Jr.
A former Clinton donor--and convicted felon--turned foe takes criticism of the New York senator to a large YouTube audience.--Jose Antonio Vargas
Thomas D. Bell Jr. will no longer be the campaign finance chair for Thompson, yet another change on a staff that has been constantly shifting since even before the former senator formally declared his candidacy.--Matthew Mosk
In his quest for the GOP nomination, the former Arkansas governor is raising money and keeping a packed media schedule, touting his experience running against "the Clinton machine."--Michael D. Shear
In a matter of months, Obama has moved from being open to a solution that might include raising the retirement age or indexing benefits to prices rather than wages, to making the protection of benefits one of his three core principles for dealing with Social Security.
Democratic presidential candidates voice opposition to attorney general nominee Michael Mukasey following his comments on waterboarding at his confirmation hearings earlier this month.--Perry Bacon Jr.
As Obama steps up attacks on Clinton, the New York senator's campaign accuses Obama of abandoning his "politics of hope."--Perry Bacon Jr.
As demonstrated once again by a new book detailing Ford's from-the-grave assessment, Bill Clinton's history of extracurricular activity may never be completely removed from the national dialogue, no matter how much everyone may want it to be.
Colbert's Facebook fans.
At the second installment of the MTV/MySpace forum, the Illinois senator was in his element.
GOP candidate and Colorado congressman reveals he will not seek another term in the House.--Michael D. Shear
Despite initial hesitation from Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani, all major GOP candidates are now set to participate in the CNN/YouTube debate next month.--Jose Antonio Vargas
Edwards and Obama sharpen their rhetoric ahead of Tuesday night's Democratic debate in Philadelphia.
Howard Kurtz rates Obama's latest ad, where the senator says he wants to "bring the country together" to solve the problem of social security.
Nearly a month after the contest deadline, Edwards supporters are set to find out who won a trip to do rebuilding work in New Orleans with the candidate. --Matthew Mosk
Donnie McClurkin was the star of a concert in support of Obama.