His off-the-cuff ramble was more than anything sad.
It will be hard for the GOP to hammer home the case of smaller government in the middle of a crisis where only government can make a difference.
"A reporter asked me this week what kind of underwear I prefer. I wear Fruit of the Loom boxers. I’m not sure what kind of underwear Mr. Romney wears."
The Aiken incident raises larger questions about the GOP’s philosophy about women and women’s issues.
I’ve recently wondered if that hotel still has an elevator operator.
Clinton still has huge approval ratings and even moderate Republicans, a majority of Independents and Democrats for sure think this would be an unbeatable ticket.
Scare tactics are an integral part of every political campaign so we should not be shocked that we are now careening into a deep morass of negativism.
From the three extra voting days to food stamps, the Romney and Obama campaigns have made clear that the little things matter.
CNN can win back viewers like me with old-fashioned hard news reporting with great reporters, straight from the world and America’s hot spots.
The story of Gang Lu's 1991 shooting rampage in Iowa shows NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg may have it right: we need to involve law enforcement officials in the gun control debate.
Mitt Romney embarks on a trip to visit three countries this week, but only one port of call makes sense.
It has, in the past, burned itself out when a majority of Americans realized that down that road lay a great threat to the stability of the American system.
This is bigger than Obamacare. It's much more significant than Romney continuing as CEO of Bain after 1999. It has a far greater impact on every American this election year than any other issue the candidates have been discussing or will address in presidential debates this fall.
The American political system was constructed and remains a machine designed to slow down - not expedite - policy.
In the week following the Supreme Court's ruling that upheld President Obama's health care plan, Mitt Romney's presidential campaign simultaneously called it a tax, and not a tax.
This incident revealed two things of importance going forward.
Most Hispanics I’ve talked to in the past day see no boldness here and very tepid citizenship options between either president
There are huge chunks of the American economy that would also shrink and die off without public spending.
In Wisconsin, it was a race for the left and right corners of the political spectrum. Will the rest of the country follow suit?
The President should be concerned about recent polling that shows his rival gaining ground among the same groups that elected him in 2008.
Elizabeth Warren, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate from Massachusetts -and recent head of the federal consumer protection agency - is in the middle of a nasty controversy that underscores the nefarious nature of racial politics in this country.