National polls show that 91% of Hispanics support the DREAM Act, making Governor Romney's love of the veto pen his Achilles heel. Published January 29 2012
If Democrat had their druthers, their dream candidate would be former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, but it looks unlikely they will get their wish. Published January 27 2012
Three states, three winners. What's next? A protracted battle for delegates, starting with Florida on January 31. Published January 21 2012
Iran is under siege and it's not going to take it anymore. First it was Stuxnet, the computer virus worm, then the assassination of its top scientists, and then it was sanctions. And now it's Barbie, the spawn of the Great Satan. Published January 21 2012
Marianne Gingrich claims she has a bombshell to drop tonight, saying she can end Newt's career with her ABC interview. Stay tuned. Published January 19 2012
Iran's continued push to develop nuclear weapons is one of the reasons the planet is now a much more dangerous place. The dangers from nuclear power and climate change are the other two. Published January 15 2012
Watch out, Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, Newt Gringrich ... here comes super conservative Stephen Colbert and his Super PAC. Published January 13 2012
Mitt Romney had to take New Hampshire and he did. Ron Paul had to secure the second spot finish. And he did. Next stop: South Carolina on January 21. Published January 10 2012
While it looks like Mitt Romney will take New Hampshire by double digits tonight, the race for second place is heating up. There's a good chance that Jon Huntsman may do a "Santorum" and take second place, toppling Ron Paul. Published January 10 2012
Everyone is watching Rick Santorum like a hawk, but the real threat to Mitt Romney is Ron Paul, according to recent polls. Published January 6 2012
While Santorum and Romney take their victory laps in New Hampshire, the other candidates take a look at Tuesday night's results and make fresh assessments of their chances to win. Published January 4 2012
Politics is a contact sport and never more so than this year. The debates will be where the action is. Published January 4 2012
Maligned by the media, mysterious to outsiders, the Iowa caucus is pretty straightforward if you follow Who, What Where, When, and How. Published January 2 2012
The dynamics of the Iowa race have changed and so have the latest polls. Santorum has momentum, and he just may be Iowa's Comeback Kid. Published January 2 2012
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