Iowa's process for selecting party nominees is convoluted and hardly representative, but it has the value of being first.
A day before the caucuses, the media turns their attention to the mysterious undecided voter.
Rick Santorum's campaign is taken aback by the candidate's newfound popularity.
Occupy protesters take on Iowa.
Michele Bachmann's Iowa campaign chief defects to the Ron Paul camp.
Mitt Romney learned some lessons from his failed 2008 presidential bid.
What will the DOJ’s rejection of South Carolina's voter-identification law mean?
Community groups launch billboard ad campaigns that urge compassion for the undocumented.
Amid concerns over its shrinking editor base, Wikipedia sets out to prove it can survive and expand on small donations.
After being evicted from Zuccotti Park, Occupy Wall Street protesters look to Trinity Church in lower Manhattan for help.
The year in culture: the winners, the losers, and not spiking the football
Liberals may have a soft spot for Ron Paul, but on economic issues, he's the most extreme of the GOP candidates.
The Democratic party discovers that economic populism works.
What are the prospects for a unified, nuclear-free Korea?
If the GOP primary is a party, libertarians are the only ones having fun.