Rep. Michele Bachmann announced her presidential candidacy Monday, saying she is a 'bold choice.' Can she win the Iowa caucuses? And can she broaden her appeal beyond the tea party?
Michele Bachmann won neck-and-neck status with presumed front-runner Mitt Romney in the first Des Moines Register Iowa Poll. But with a serious candidacy come tough questions about her record and political assertions.
Iowa will enjoy two bursts of the political spotlight on Tuesday when President Obama and potential Republican presidential contender Sarah Palin visit the state.
Bristol Palin vents about her ex and the McCains, but if she's learned some life lessons they don't come through in her memoir.
'Bad Teacher' star Lucy Punch talks about getting vomited on by Cameron Diaz in ‘Bad Teacher,’ the inspiration for her outrageous character, shooting a love scene with Justin Timberlake and her new role in the comic book-turned-TV pilot, ‘Powers.'
The Sarah Palin bus tour is on hiatus, not dead, the former governor assured her Facebook fans. But without an itinerary or any apparent future stops, the media figured the show was over.
Did organizers of the Republican Leadership Conference give an Obama impersonator the hook because of racially insensitive jokes or because he was making digs at GOP candidates? Hard to say. But the RLC should have known what was coming.
Jon Huntsman, set to announce his presidential bid on Tuesday, will skip the Iowa caucuses and is little-known in New Hampshire, the first primary state. His biggest hurdle: Mitt Romney.
As a presidential candidate, Michele Bachmann is a fierce anti-Obamacare choice. Earlier this week on a Glenn Beck show, she offered her view of what Obama intends to do with Medicare.