Lines were dozens and sometimes hundreds deep as Egyptians turned out for what they hoped are the country's free and fair elections, and were certainly the first elections since the overthrow of former President Hosni Mubarak.
The Union-Leader of Manchester, N.H., endorsed Newt Gingrich in the GOP presidential primary, but conservative opinion blogger Jennifer Rubin of The Washington Post said conservatives are too fractured to challenge Mitt Romney.
Democrats are hoping to use the millionaire's tax to push through an extension in President Barack Obama's payroll tax cuts. So far, though, Republicans are resisting the idea of the millionaires tax, though they may be willing to use other means to keep the tax cut in place.
Josue Larose, a mysterious South Florida man who says he's a millionaire economist, is the driving force behind 25 percent of the Super PACs that have been formed since the landmark Citizens United Supreme Court case in 2010.
Newt Gingrich, newly minted as the front-runner for the GOP presidential nomination shined and surprised in the debate Tuesday night. But other candidates and topics also led to surprises.
With Mitt Romney the only GOP presidential candidate with staying power, and with Tea Party activists growing more and more dissatisfied with him, is it possible the situation is ripe for a third party candidate to emerge?
New polling is out showing Newt Gingrich is the front-runner in the race to be the Republican presidential nominee, just in time for the 11th debate between the candidates. With his status at front-runner confirmed, it'll most likely be his turn to take the arrows that comes at leading candidates.
Trying to make his campaign more relevant again, Rick Perry on the campaign trail recently suggested that Congress have their meeting time, office budgets and pay cut in half, to get them out of Washington.
With the first contents of the Republican presidential primaries approaching, a new name has poped up as the most likely to challenge Mitt Romney, and it's not a new name. Newt Gingrish is polling tied with Romney and last month's media darling, Herman Cain, is falling in the polls.
Gov. Rick Perry was the big loser in Wednesday night's Republican Presidential Primary. The debate, ostensibly about the economy, may have set back his campaign to a point where it cannot recover.