Many of the Republican presidential candidates are trying to sell a book while they're on the campaign trail. But, perhaps fnone more than Newt Gingrich, the current front-runner, who has a much newer book than all the rest and who has written an average of two books a year.
There are still months to go before voters even begin the nominating contest for the Republican party's presidential candidate. But the surprising results of Florida's presidential straw poll are getting a lot of attention. Marc Caputo joins us.
Last night eight Republican presidential candidates gathered at the Iowa State University in Ames for a televised debate. Who said what, and which candidate fared best? We're talking with Michael Shear, writer for The Caucus blog for The New York Times.
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