In the past, whenever Mitt Romney said something stupid, his super PAC would come to the rescue with a money bomb. Attacking his rivals distracted you from whatever dumb thing Romney just said.
The more Santorum raises issues that don't need to be raised, the more Romney looks like the most re
The Prime Minister must hope against hope that Obama wins in November.
Rick Santorum’s victories in Alabama and Mississippi might spell the end for Newt Gingrich.
Only one of the two leaders is stimulating the global recovery.
50 per cent of US voters say that Obama's presidency has been a failure.
The frontrunner-by-default has just about got through this crucial test. But he is still failing to
Victory over Santorum in Arizona and Michigan means the Republican candidate is almost unassailable.
The ultra-conservative candidate has been fielding votes in Michigan from an unlikely demographic: D
Representative Maureen Walsh gets emotional as she tells the House floor it is "cruel" to deny the r
Santorum's victories in Minnesota, Missouri, and Colorado mean bigger challenges for Romney and bett
Another round of states vote for their Republican candidate.
Evidence suggests that Mitt Romney's religion is less important to voters than it is to reporters.
He's already done it twice, but can Gingrich come back a third time?
Endorsements, gaffes and delegates from another week of the Republican candidate race.
Why Gingrich fires up the conservative base.
We may see a winner as late as March if candidates other than Romney don't run out of money first.
A win for Mitt Romney looks inevitable -- but this does not mean the end of Newt Gingrich.
He’s been married three times and his middle name is Leroy. But that’s not the half of things.
Republican candidates clash on immigration, Fannie and Freddie and space domination.
"What's at stake are not Democratic values or Republican values but American values."
Three different candidates each hold a state as Republican Presidential nominee race heads into Flor
The causes of the US downturn are complex. But Tea Partiers would rather you thought that it boiled
The Republican candidate may have shot himself in the foot with last night's tirade.
It has been three years since the US President took office. Has he lived up to his promise?
The candidate has taken a break from dog whistles to stir up class resentment with his latest attack
Ron Paul’s blend of small-state libertarianism, paranoia and disdain for military adventures is winn
From the Chagos Islands to Pakistan, innocent civilians are pawns to America, backed by Britain. In our compliant political culture, this deadly game seldom speaks its name.
Former Utah governor to endorse Mitt Romney amid poor polling results in South Carolina.
Film accuses Republican frontrunner of contributing to the "biggest American job loss since World Wa