Arizona Senator breaks away from the campaign trail to spend holiday with U.S. troops.
Thank you for choosing Joel's column over holiday shopping.
Mike Huckabee is learning what a target feels like.
The Calendar Chaos is over.
Republican front-runner Rudolph Giuliani and his team continue to offer conflicting answers to the question of whether he will make public the names of his consulting firm's clients.
The primary calendar chaos may soon be over.--Michael D. Shear
Republicans in the Hawkeye state don't think much of Rudy Giulian as an honest and trustworthy candidate.
Oprah Winfrey will hit the campaign trail for Barack Obama.
Richardson rebukes ex-Iowa governor's comments. --Anne E. Kornblut
In interview with the Post, hits Romney and Giuliani on foreign policy experience.
The Federal Election Commission has reopened the door for corporations and unions to pay for television commercials during the upcoming presidential and congressional campaigns, so long as the ads avoid expressly advocating for or against a candidate.
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton mocked Sen. Barack Obama's statement yesterday that living abroad as a child had given him valuable insights about foreign policy -- and drew rebukes from Obama as well as former Sen. John Edwards' campaign.
There is more than enough worrisome news for Hillary Clinton in the new Washington Post-ABC News poll of Iowa Democrats to keep her political team on edge for the next 44 days.
The Illinois senator and Democratic hopeful unveiled an $18 billion education plan at a Manchester, N.H. speech today.--Shailagh Murray
At last week's debate Hillary Clinton said that NAFTA had been a "mistake," another example in which she has distanced herself from Bill Clinton's policies or governance philosophy.
In a new ad, Hillary Clinton attempts a form of political jujitsu, portraying herself as the victim of unfair Republican criticism without specifying what that criticism is.
The former New Jersey governor Thomas Kean, who headed the commission which investigated the Sept. 11 attacks, endorsed Arizona Sen. John McCain for President.--Michael D. Shear
Nashville and St. Louis beat out New Orleans as debate sites for the 2008 general election.--Michael D. Shear
In speeches in Iowa today, Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama debated over the same word: experience.
The senator and Democratic hopeful has asked supporters to "double" their impact and is in the process of applying for federal matching funds.--Matthew Mosk
In the Ron Paul dollar scandal, how much of that record $4.2 million one-day haul that Paul collected earlier this month actually came in the form of dubloons imprinted with Paul's face, not U.S. legal tender?
Sunday night speeches rarely get much attention but the address John McCain delivered in New Hampshire on last night deserves a closer look.
GOP hopeful Mike Huckabee has his first television up and running in Iowa, featuring a face familiar to many TV viewers: Chuck Norris.