Could former senator John Edwards and Sen. Barack Obama be considering a truce? For a...
New South Coalition gives its support despite a member's racially charged warning.--Shailagh Murray
Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.) convincingly won a straw poll Saturday night at the Virginia Republican...
Democratic National Committee members voted Saturday to strip Michigan of its delegates to next year's...
Cathy Hughes, founder and chairwoman of the largest radio company targeted at African Americans in the country, is joined in Iowa by most of the Democratic candidates for a weekend of political events focused on minority voters.--Krissah Williams
Resolution of the hostage situation in a N.H. Clinton office.
Two furors stoked by the blogosphere over the last 24 hours neatly illustrate the changing political climate in the United States these days and underscore the depths of suspicion, anger and hostility out there as the country tries to pick a new leader.
Nasty! That's the buzzword buzzin' around the Republicans.
Barack Obama stepped onto the Clintons' turf in the fight for the black vote last night, appearing at the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem, which is right near the office President Clinton has worked in since he left the Oval Office.
A new poll finds that more than 60 percent of lesbian, gay and bisexual voters support the Democratic front-runner.--Jennifer Agiesta
"Macaca" returns to the political scene.
CNN expressed regret for allowing a Hillary Clinton adviser to ask a question at Wednesday's Republican presidential debate, even as controversy swirled about two other questioners who have declared their support for Democratic candidates.
Mike Huckabee is not backing off.
At an assisted-living facility, the veteran senator makes the case for "enlightened American leadership"--just the kind he says he offers.--Alec MacGillis
Huckabee shines again, while the rest of the field struggles and the GOP contest remains as much of a mystery as ever.
Rudy Giuliani's latest ad.
The Republican debate sponsored by CNN and YouTube was like a shooting gallery, with everyone squeezing off rounds almost indiscriminately at everyone else.
A top aide to former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani said tonight that he has ordered an investigation into how thousands of dollars of security expenses during Giuliani's tenure were charged to obscure city agencies instead of the police department budget.
The Dec. 10 debate is canceled due to the ongoing Writers Guild of America strike.--Perry Bacon Jr.
She was two hours late after her campaign plane blew a tire. But when Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton finally arrived here this afternoon, she offered her harshest critique yet of Sen. Barack Obama's approach to health care reform.
A GOP group favoring abortion rights Gov. Mitt Romney (R-Mass.) once courted will launch a major ad campaign this weekend in Iowa and New Hampshire attacking him for reversing his position on the issue.
Former Ark. gov. announced the younger Falwell's endorsement at Liberty University today.--Michael D. Shear
Can Oprah move voters, particularly African American women, the way she moves television ratings and books?
A twist in the Democratic health care debate.
A new web venture shows the former mayor's record on gay rights. --Jose Antonio Vargas
What made Sen. Joseph Biden Jr. speechless?
Former president Bill Clinton said on Tuesday that he "opposed Iraq from the beginning," apparently glossing over the more nuanced views of the war he has expressed over time.
There was no mistaking the purpose of a foreign policy wonk-fest that Barack Obama's campaign convened here today for the benefit of 120 New Hampshire voters and the attendant television cameras.
In South Carolina, dozens of black ministers declared their support for Sen. Hillary Clinton.--Anne E. Kornblut
Events this week show Clinton's methodical effort to build a New Hampshire firewall in the event that things go badly for her in Iowa.
Barbra Streisand lends Clinton her official support.--Anne E. Kornblut
Connecticut senator and Democratic hopeful is the fourth candidate to qualify for federal money.
No one knows was real mudslinging looks like better than Clinton, and this campaign is far from it.
New Mexico Bill Richardson has barnstormed 95 of Iowa's 99 counties, wooing rural Democrats with his pro-gun record and urban caucus goers with his aggressive Iraq withdrawal plan.
Gov. Deval L. Patrick today signed a bill moving the primary to Feb. 5.--Michael D. Shear
The Democratic front-runner says her rival appears to be campaigning in violation of election laws.--Matthew Mosk
Barack Obama may be gaining in Iowa, but Hillary Clinton touched down here yesterday to issue an implicit reminder: when the race moves to New Hampshire, she'll have the Machine.
John McCain's latest ad.
Rudy Giuliani has a fight on his hands to win the Republican presidential nomination, but he already has the general election well scoped out.
In New Hampshire, Romney stands up for mandatory testing standards. --Perry Bacon Jr.
TV mega-personality to visit Iowa, New Hampshire.--Anne E. Kornblut
A discussion on race in Des Moines
Will foes take their attacks on Giuliani beyond Kerik?
Universal coverage is the new point of emphasis, replacing consumer choice. -- Anne E. Kornblut