Iowa has finally voted, but candidates still have forty-nine states to visit and woo in the coming months.
The Jan. 3 Iowa caucuses will mark a turning point in the race for the GOP presidential nomination.
By promising to stay positive, the GOP hopeful gives up the opportunity to fight back.
Former President Clinton had kind words for Newt Gingrich over the weekend, praising the former Speaker’s philosophical approach to politics.
Romney and Gingrich are saddled with political baggage, yet one of the two is likely to be the GOP’s nominee.
Gingrich’s greatest political victories came more than a decade ago, before he left elected office in 1999.
If Romney wins the nomination, Tea Partiers might have no choice but to back him in a match-up against Obama
One concern always seemed foremost on Newt Gingrich's mind — how a bid might affect his many business interests.
Two major names remain on the 2012 bench. Each has a giant persona and has a giant following.
Personal baggage and political temperament are the two primary obstacles standing in the former House Speaker's way.