The GOP of yesteryear had some great, progressive ideas. Where are they, these salad days?
The speech by the wife of the former Massachusetts governor amounted to a few simple statements: You like me. I love Mitt Romney. Therefore you should like him too.
Holding the party fête in the least unionized state in the country hasn't done much to repair the frayed friendship between unions and Democrats.
The New Jersey governor introduces himself to the nation—and all but launches his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
Republicans spent the first day of their national convention reaching out to women and minorities.
Here comes Mitt's softer side.
A guide to the events you won't see in prime time at the 2012 Republican gathering in Tampa
On Rick Hasen's riveting look at voting wars since Florida—and the anguished history of how we got there in the first place
The former Massachusetts governor's unpopularity makes it hard for him to run a "clean" campaign.
Some preemptive reassurance for liberals.
The Republican fantasy of Barack Obama's "divisiveness"
After weeks of false attacks on welfare, Romney has lost the benefit of the doubt.
Even if the controversial law is fast-tracked to the state Supreme Court, election officials will not be ready to implement it fairly before Election Day.
Criterion Collection has released the famed author's not-so-famed entries into the film canon.