Aides lob accusations over Novak claim that Clinton has "scandalous information" about Obama.
A new kind of 'politics of pile on'--the Sen. Joe Biden lovefest at yesterday's debate.--Anne E. Kornblut
As if Ron Paul's supporters needed any more motivation to storm the battlements and wreak havoc on the Republican presidential primary, now comes this: the feds are trying to take away their money.
A draft of new FEC rules alarms campaign finance reform advocates, who say the change will re-open the door to "sham issue ads."--Matthew Mosk
There are certain elements essential to a successful speech before The Federalist Society, and Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani hit just about all of them today before a standing-room-only crowd at the Mayflower Hotel.
The date of the New Hampshire Primary will be ... well, we're still not sure.
It's the online fight of the week that just won't die -- and could eventually be an effective rallying cry for Sen. Barack Obama's young supporters.
Clinton won the battle of Las Vegas by aggressively turning the tables on her rivals, challenging them where they are vulnerable and forcing them to answer questions they weren't ready to answer.
A new survey of both Democrats and Republicans finds people more likely to vote for a candidate who backs international cooperation.--Juliet Eilperin
The Arizona senator is hit with first snow snafu of campaign '08.--Michael D. Shear
As the first push-polling scandal of the campaign appears to target Romney, his rivals deny any involvement and call for an investigation of the incident.--Michael D. Shear
A class on presidential politics with the former White House adviser Karl Rove.
Fight! Fight Fight!
While Sen. Barack Obama prepared for the Las Vegas debate, his campaign announced a key endorsement from an Iowa union.--Shailagh Murray
Mike Huckabee is discovering the flip side of a surge.
It's debate day in the Silver State, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has a few tips for the seven Democratic presidential candidates who square off tonight in Las Vegas.
As Democrats prepare for Thursday night's debate in Las Vegas, the focus is still on Clinton. Can she recover and prove what happened in Philadelphia was an aberration -- or might there truly be a contest for the Democratic nomination once the curtain falls in Nevada?
Sid Blumenthal, at one time an assistant to Bill Clinton, has joined Hillary Clinton's campaign.--Howard Kurtz
A new job for the former Bush administration official.
Will Iraq return to center stage tonight?
Talking about the middle class in Iowa, John Edwards told voters he was running for president on behalf of his father's mill co-workers who lost their jobs when the mill closed--Shailagh Murray
A radio ad in Massachusetts warns residents to make sure they have health insurance or face "tax penalties"--part of a health care act that Mitt Romney built as governor.--Michael D. Shear
John McCain, who is drawing criticism for not challenging a South Carolina voter's vulgar reference to Hillary Clinton, issued a letter accusing CNN of having "stooped to an all-time low" in trumpeting the incident.
What to make of Mike Huckabee?
After all the hoopla, N.Y. Gov. Eliot Spitzer is dropping his plan to provide driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.
As the presidential campaign heats up, Bill Clinton has some governing advice for the eventual winner.
The former New York mayor introduces a coalition of Spanish-speaking supporters in the Sunshine State.--Michael D. Shear
Are Republicans hammering Hillary because they're too afraid of attacking each other? Or is it that they are hoping criticism of her somehow bolsters their own -- sometimes lacking -- conservative credentials?
Rudy Giuliani's first television ad hits in New Hampshire.
Terror tactics and Rep. Tom Tancredo's new ad.
Trade agreements become fodder for campaign fights among the Democratic White House hopefuls.--Perry Bacon Jr.
Nobody is playing the expectations game more aggressively these days that Rudy Giuliani. Usually it's the underdog who plays this game, not the big dog. In so many ways, the 2008 cycle is different.
John Edwards's new health care ad.
As the presidential road show hits Las Vegas this week for a Democratic debate, the bookmakers have already weighed in: New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton is the odds-on favorite.
Planted query continues to haunt campaign.
For months this summer, Rudy Giuliani's operatives laid off of John McCain as his campaign tanked, ran out of money and seemed to be little threat. Not any more.
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee talks about reducing taxes on the stump, but critics say that his record in Arkansas shows an embrace of tax hikes.--Perry Bacon Jr.
The Arizona senator who led campaign finance reform efforts asks an independent group not to use his name in ads or work on his behalf.--Michael D. Shear
Iowa not only has the distinction of holding the earliest contest in the presidential nominating calendar. It also enjoys the dubious reputation for holding what may can seem the most arcane of contests.
A former Clintonite and other prominent progressive donors join to form 'Fund for America,' a group that may signal that Democrats are preparing for millions in unlimited contributions during the general election.--Matthew Mosk