Candy Crowley reports on Wisconsin's high-profile recall election and what it could mean for the presidential candidates.
Rep. Elijah Cummings discusses the investigation of the Secret Service prostitute scandal with CNN's Candy Crowley.
Even Mitt Romney admits that he's got his work cut out for him to reach out to female voters as he transitions from the Republican presidential nomination battle to what will most likely be his general election matchup against President Barack Obama.
Rick Perry stands alone among the GOP contenders for the 2012 presidential nomination in the way his campaign began and ended.
In the sport of presidential politics, Republican candidate Ron Paul has an impressive ground game, a robust team of staffers and volunteers in Iowa and beyond.
Ron Paul's power in Iowa appalls many in the GOP who are concerned about his foreign policy views. Dana Bash reports.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney praised the Obama administration Sunday for using a drone strike to kill American-born Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, but said President Barack Obama should now reverse past criticism of former President George W. Bush's actions against suspected terrorists.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney discusses the death of Anwar al-Awlaki and his dispute with the Obama administration.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said Sunday he supports the Obama administration's decision to repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" policy banning gays and lesbians from serving openly in the military -- a move that was staunchly opposed by most top Republicans.
Candy Crowley breaks down the latest presidential debate as the candidates fought over Social Security and immigration.
Sen. Jim DeMint tells CNN's Candy Crowley what he thinks President Obama will unveil in his jobs plan on Thursday.
Candy Crowley talks with reporters Neil King and Philip Rucker about the Straw Poll results and Pawlenty dropping out.
Candy Crowley talks about what she'll be watching for at Monday's CNN New Hampshire Republican Presidential Debate.
CNN's Candy Crowley discusses the BP oil disaster with Adm. Thad Allen who issues a troubling warning.
The big spending cuts proposed by House Republicans could weigh on economic growth and jobs, but forecasts vary widely.
Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq told CNN Sunday that authorities have been told "not to bother" human rights activists and journalists working at anti-government protests.
CNN's Arwa Damon looks at police and military brutality against Egyptians and the media.
CNN's Candy Crowley and her team watch the other Sunday shows so you don't have to.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer has been in Pyongyang, North Korea, covering New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson's diplomatic talks with the North Koreans. He was the only journalist on Richardson's trip to North Korea. He spoke via phone Monday evening to CNN's Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer reports from Pyongyang on Gov. Bill Richardson's impact on defusing new threats from North Korea.
CNN's Candy Crowley talks to Senate Republican Mitch McConnell about Pres. Obama's recent political victories.
CNN's Candy Crowley brings you the best of the Sunday morning shows.
CNN's Candy Crowley talks to Deputy National Security Advisor John Brennan about the discovery of explosives on a plane.
CNN's Candy Crowley grills White House adviser David Axelrod on the administration's stance on GOP spending groups.
Republican Senate candidate Joe Miller hit back at his on-again opponent Sen. Lisa Murkowski Monday, saying she broke her word to voters by announcing her plans to run as a write-in candidate in the Alaska Senate race.
CNN's Candy Crowley reflects about BP's response to the Gulf oil disaster with National Incident Commander Thad Allen.
As he reflects on lessons learned from dealing with the Gulf oil spill, the man charged with leading the federal response gave embattled energy giant BP a mixed grade Sunday.
With less than four months until this year's midterm Election Day, the Obama administration is defending its record in response to criticism from liberals and progressives who are increasingly saying the president has not been aggressive enough in pursuing their preferred agenda.
CNN's Jessica Yellin takes a look at polls showing President Obama is losing support among liberals and independents.
Kenneth Feinberg sits down with CNN's Candy Crowley to discuss the escrow fund for Gulf Coast residents.
The man charged with independently administering the $20 billion fund set up to compensate for damage caused by the Gulf oil disaster said Sunday that he is prepared to provide up to six months in emergency compensation without the requirement of releasing BP from liability.
CNN's Candy Crowley reflects on the late Sen. Robert Byrd's life and his record.
CNN's Candy Crowley talks with Sens. Feinstein and Lugar about a possible Afghanistan deadline.
CNN's Candy Crowley explores the possibility that the White House is crafting a public works project for Louisiana.
Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe, appearing Friday night on CNN's "Campbell Brown," said portable cell phone towers are being placed in areas affected by deadly flash floods to help locate missing campers.
A Louisiana councilman said Friday that people with criminal records are among those hired to clean up the Gulf Coast oil spill disaster.
A leading Democratic voice on military affairs has criticized members of his own party for the hurried way in which congressional Democrats and the White House are pushing through the repeal of the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy.
Louisiana Sen. David Vitter tells CNN's Candy Crowley he wants BP to take immediate action to protect the coast.
A Republican senator from the state so far the hardest hit by the Gulf oil spill said Sunday that the environmental catastrophe was not a reason to put a stop to all domestic offshore oil drilling.
Gov. Haley Barbour talks to CNN's Candy Crowley about the GOP's chances in the 2010 elections.
A nearly $2,000 bar tab at a bondage-themed Hollywood night club has continued to cast a shadow on the Republican National Committee and has raised questions over the ability of its chairman, Michael Steele, to lead the party to victory in November 2010.
A FRC Action member is urging supporters to avoid donating directly to the Republican National Committee.
"We're still looking," mother of the bride, Hillary Clinton, says in a new interview
CNN's Candy Crowley talks to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about the most dangerous threats to Americans.
In front of cameras and on the pages of widely promoted books, the wives of a few high-profile cheating husbands have been finding and broadcasting their own voices, a pronounced shift that has some who study infidelity applauding.
CNN's Larry King talks to former preacher Ted Haggard and his wife Gayle about forgiveness and their marriage scandal.
10:20 Address ends with Obama calling on Americans to "seize this moment -- to start anew, to carry the dream forward and to strengthen our union once more"
CNN's Candy Crowley talks with Jasper Schuringa who helped subdue the terror suspect on the Northwest flight that was attacked.
CNN's Candy Crowley checks up on whether President Obama is keeping his campaign promises.
Sen. Ted Kennedy passes away, marking "the end of Camelot." CNN's Candy Crowley reports.
With his push for health care reform on the line, the president delivered a message of urgency to the public:
Is the White House changing its message on health care reform? Tom Foreman reports.
Candy Crowley reports on the president's challenge as he prepares to reach out to the Muslim world.
HLN hears 'Your Views' on Dick Cheney keeping Congress in the dark for eight years about a secret CIA program.
Larry talks with his guests about South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford's admission of an affair.
South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford's office is in damage-control mode Thursday, a day after the Republican governor tearfully admitted he's been having an extramarital affair.
CNN's Candy Crowley reports on one state's effort to make sure federal taxpayer money goes to the right place.
CNN's Candy Crowley reports on Barack Obama's stimulus plan push amid bipartisan doubts.
It was billed as a "coming out party" for one of the GOP's most promising young stars.
President Obama's address to Congress was full of lofty promises to make unprecedented investments in government programs, even as he aims to cut the deficit in half by the end of his first term.
CNN's Candy Crowley looks at reaction to President Obama's speech.
President-Elect Obama gave a farewell speech in Philadelphia before he began his train trip to Washington.
President-elect Barack Obama on Saturday retraced part of the train route taken by his political hero Abraham Lincoln to his inauguration in 1861 from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Washington, where Obama will be sworn in on Tuesday as the nation's 44th president..
The shoes thrown last week at U.S. President George W. Bush have provided an unexpected windfall for the shoemaker who made them.
CNN's Candy Crowley asks President Bush about whether he will bail out the auto industry.
Protesters across Iraq Tuesday urged government authorities to free the TV correspondent who threw his shoes at President Bush.
President-elect Barack Obama plans to nominate New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson to be secretary of Commerce, a Democratic source told CNN on Tuesday.
The president-elect looks to historical mistakes as he ponders his cabinet. CNN's Candy Crowley reports.
CNN's Candy Crowley reports on the debate over two enduring campaign issues: the economy and national security.
CNN's John King uses the Magic Wall to explain what Sen. McCain must do to win enough electoral votes.
AC360's David Gergen and CNN's Candy Crowley discuss the candidates' possible VP picks.
CNN's Candy Crowley reports on the pursuit of unity between the Clintons and Barack Obama.
It happens once every four years: Political pundits, news junkies and water cooler crowds obsess over whom the presidential contenders will pick to be their No. 2.
America's allies in Europe are crucial to the success of anti-terror efforts in Afghanistan and Iraq and in helping solve economic problems at home, Sen. Barack Obama told CNN on Friday.
CNN's Candy Crowley reports on the prospects and the problems Sen. Hillary Clinton faces in the future.
CNN's Candy Crowley reports the gas tax holiday proposal is driving politics in Indiana and North Carolina.
CNN's Candy Crowley reports on Barack Obama's efforts to fight back against charges of elitism.
CNN's John King and Candy Crowley speak with others about the forum on faith and politics.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney dropped out of the GOP race Thursday after a disappointing showing on Super Tuesday, surprising many conservatives and his own supporters.
Mitt Romney told supporters in Washington he's suspending his Republican presidential campaign.
CNN's Candy Crowley explains where the Democratic presidential hopefuls are focused in their New Hampshire efforts.
With states moving their caucuses and primaries earlier, what does that mean for Iowa's first-in-the-nation caucus?
Front-runner Hillary Clinton gets most of the focus, from rivals and the debate audience. CNN's Candy Crowley reports. See the debate everyone's talking about Saturday and Sunday at 6 and 10 p.m. ET.
Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Clinton talks to CNN's Candy Crowley about the trouble with being in front.
Sen Hillary Clinton stops by CNN's Election Express mobile studio in Iowa for a conversation with CNN's Candy Crowley.
Sen. Biden discusses his views on the unfolding crisis in Pakistan with Candy Crowley on the CNN Election Express.
Sen. Hillary Clinton could be in the cross hairs at Tuesday's Democratic presidential debate.
Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards files papers in Concord, for the fast approaching New Hampshire primary.
John Edwards will accept federal funds, agreeing to spending limits and 'taking a stand.' CNN's Candy Crowley reports
The '08 Democratic White House hopefuls respond to the Petraeus-Crocker hearings. CNN's Candy Crowley reports.
Sen. John Warner, R-Virginia -- the respected former Navy secretary and outspoken critic of the current state of affairs in Iraq -- will not seek re-election to a sixth term, he announced Friday.
Warner: I will still speak out
Democrats address gay issues
Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards said Thursday his wife's cancer has returned but his bid for the White House will continue.
Both parties kept a close eye on the results from Tuesday's primaries, to see how the balance of power in Congress might play out in November's general election. In one of the most closely watched races, Rhode Island Republican Sen. Lincoln Chafee turned back a tough primary challenge from a conservative contender.
You've been in hotels more than you've been at home. You've been commuting between San Francisco and New York lately. And you're wiped out. But there's that big meeting or gig to prepare for.
Rep. Tom DeLay took his final bow on the House floor Thursday, offering a robust defense of two things for which he became well known during more than two decades in Congress -- unyielding conservatism and unapologetic partisanship.