Newt Gingrich said weeks ago that he knew Mitt Romney was the likely nominee. Now, campaign aides say, he is set to suspend his campaign May 1.
Until this week, Newt Gingrich was running a distant third in the GOP presidential nominating race. With Rick Santorum out, Gingrich now runs a very distant second behind Mitt Romney. What reason does he have to stay in the fight?
Newt Gingrich didn't formally withdraw from the presidential race. But he's way behind in delegates, and he describes Mitt Romney as 'far and away the most likely' Republican nominee.
American casino mogul Sheldon Adelson's EuroVegas project could bring Spain much-needed investment, but the deal comes with demands for unappealing legal and financial exemptions.
Frustrated by their lack of political power, the nation's bankers have set up their own campaign donation fund
The Republican Party appears to be moving out of its primary fight to begin girding for a Romney-Obama matchup in the general election.
Newt Gingrich is now charging $50 to take a photo with him in order to raise campaign funds, reports the National Journal. The Gingrich campaign is now $1.6 million in debt.
More appears to be at stake Tuesday for Gingrich and Santorum in Mississippi and Alabama. For the very Northern Romney (despite his talk of grits), a win in either state would be pure gravy.
Part of the friction comes from Obama making the Israeli-Palestinian conflict a top priority early on, putting off Netanyahu's demands for urgent action on the Iran nuclear program.
Attack ads from lobbying groups, warnings of nuclear doom from GOP hopefuls, and saber-rattling from the punditocracy surround AIPAC's annual meeting.