In striking back harder against Clinton, is he undercutting his message?
The Illinois senator is inspiring unknown musicians to compose their own odes to the presidential candidate.
It lets users know what their friends are up to and also serves as an alert service for breaking news.
Clinton's recovery plan counts on the big-state contests on March 4.
The former Arkansas governor's positions on "liberal" social issues may herald a political realignment of evangelicals.
The black vote was key to his decisive win Saturday. To be competitive in the Feb. 5 sweepstakes, he'll need a broader coalition of independents, young people, and affluent whites, analysts say.
Florida's Jan. 29 race is the first with all GOP hopefuls contending in full.
Loss is major setback for Huckabee. Romney remains contender with win in Nevada.
Clinton and Obama declare a truce in war of words, but the contest has been altered.
Their numbers surged in the Iowa and New Hampshire contests. Will the trend continue?