Debra Saunders, Erin McPike and John Aravosis discuss Mitt Romney's candidacy and his wife's "unzipped" comments.
Speculation about vice presidential picks is heating up. As it has become increasingly clear that Mitt Romney will win the Republican nomination, there has been all kinds of chatter about who he will pick to run with him on the ticket.
Sarah Palin laughs at her own expense and chats about the political scene during her appearance on NBC's "Today."
Sarah Palin came right out of the gate with a stab at self-deprecating humor.
Sarah Palin will host NBC's "Today" on Tuesday, competing against Katie Couric on "Good Morning America".
Former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will co-host NBC's "Today" show on Tuesday, according to Megan Kopf, a spokeswoman for NBC Universal.
The Republican presidential primary hasn't exactly overflowed with talent. In December, it was a roll call of the undesirable Right: Romney, Santorum, Gingrich, Paul, Perry, Huntsman and Bachmann -- a list so long and bizarre that Count Dracula could have slipped in on the end and no one would have noticed. Except, as the citizens of Chicago will tell you, the dead always vote Democrat.
On the night of November 3, 2008 then-GOP VP candidate Sarah Palin delivered a speech to voters before election day.
HBO's new political docudrama "Game Change" isn't just any made-for-TV movie inspired by reality.
Julianne Moore says she took pains to make sure her portrayal of Sarah Palin in HBO's movie "Game Change" was accurate.
Far be it for me to offer unsolicited advice to Sarah Palin. She's built a very successful career out of going rogue and certainly doesn't need any tips from me.
Newt Gingrich tells Wolf Blitzer he would ask Sarah Palin to take a "major role" in his administration if elected.
Almost as soon as it was announced that Barack Obama had defeated John McCain in the 2008 general election, most pundits -- and voters, for that matter -- assumed Sarah Palin would be the president's opponent in 2012.
After announcing that she won't run for president, Sarah Palin says she'll work to help Republicans reclaim Washington.
CNN's Anna Coren talks to Peter Hamby on the reasons why Sarah Palin is not running for president.
Sarah Palin, ending months of speculation, said Wednesday she will not run for president, either as a Republican or third-party candidate.
The author of a scathing book about Sarah Palin defended himself Monday against blistering criticism, claiming the former Republican vice presidential candidate and her family "march right up to the border of inciting violence" to protect their image.
A new one-volume guide to virtually every rumor, controversy, assertion and accusation about Sarah Palin -- scurrilous or otherwise -- is about to hit the stands, and it's already generating a storm of controversy.
CNN's John King talks to Erick Erickson and John Avlon about why the right is growing tired of Sarah Palin.
What's to become of me? Eliza Doolittle asks in "My Fair Lady," one of the most successful and popular musicals of all time. That same question is fitting when it comes to Sarah Palin.
Sarah Palin speaks at a tea party rally in Indianola, Iowa. CNN's Peter Hamby reports.
Sarah Palin's speech to an Iowa tea party rally on Saturday will come on the three-year anniversary of her memorable address to the Republican National Convention in 2008, when she became GOP vice presidential nominee and an instant conservative darling.
There are two Sarah Palins. A conservative hero to some; gaffe machine to others. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin will visit South Korea next month to speak at a global gathering of business leaders, organizers said.
Sarah Palin answers questions on why she resigned as governor, but doesn't address a possible run for president.
Sarah Palin talks with Don Lemon about the current GOP candidates and her current nondecision to enter the race.
Sarah Palin's political action committee has produced a two-minute video that is stirring up quite a buzz among political commentators. Whether the video, entitled "Iowa Passion," actually proves that the former Alaska governor intends to enter the 2012 presidential contest or is instead just the latest installment in the ongoing "Palin plays the media like a fiddle" show is unclear.
A father and son from Pennsylvania were charged this week with making threats to former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, her family and lawyer.
"I'll enjoy [fried food] in honor of those who'd rather make us just 'eat our peas,'" she jokes
The distributor of the Sarah Palin biopic "The Undefeated" announced Tuesday that it would expand the film's run to more markets after a 10-city opening last weekend.
Movie goers and the film's director talk about "The Undefeated," a film about Sarah Palin.
Yes, it has already begun: The comparisons between Rep. Michele Bachmann and Sarah Palin--one declared as a presidential candidate at this point, the other in a prolonged state of suspension. Their hair. Their jackets. The fashion face-off.
Presidential candidate Michelle Bachman discusses the economy, debt and job creation, noting she will pull "Obamacare."
With U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota making a splash in the Republican presidential campaign while Sarah Palin sits on the sidelines, is Bachmann edging Palin out of the Tea Party's heart?
A lot of politicians are weighing in with demands before they'll support raising the debt ceiling. Most of their conditions are related to debt, such as put in place a debt reduction plan or cut spending.
On Friday afternoon the websites of the five most important newspapers in the United States -- the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, and USA Today -- each had above their digital folds the same breaking story: It seemed the former governor of the 47th-most populous state in the union, a woman who holds no elected office now and almost assuredly will not again anytime soon, had thousands of e-mails from her 21-month tenure data-dumped onto the public.
CNN's Drew Griffin is sifting through close to 24,000 pages of Sarah Palin's e-mails from when she was governor.
Thousands of pages of e-mail from former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's administration range from the mundane details of governing to efforts to crack down on state news leaks and push back against critics.
More than 24,000 pages of correspondence from the former governor of Alaska were released Friday
Some highlights from the 24,000 pages of e-mails from Sarah Palin's governorship, released Friday by Alaska state officials:
Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign and other Republicans began circling Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin in the weeks before McCain picked her as his 2008 running mate, according to e-mails from her old office.
CNN's Anderson Cooper reports on an e-mail message from then-Gov. Sarah Palin that praised Barack Obama's energy policy.
Some highlights from the 24,000 pages of e-mails from Sarah Palin's governorship, released Friday by Alaska state officials:
Sarah Palin infamously proclaimed this past Thursday that Paul Revere was the guy: "...Who warned, uh, the British that they weren't gonna be takin' away our arms..."
Sarah Palin and Donald Trump meet up for pizza in New York City.
Should the media have paid so much attention to Sarah Palin's bus tour at the expense of declared Republican candidates?
In the end, Sarah Palin made nice with what she likes to call the "lame-stream" media.
Sarah Palin leads the media in a game of cat and mouse. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
Will Sarah Palin run for the Republican presidential nomination? This question has absorbed the political media, pundits and soothsayers ever since the 2008 election.
Sarah Palin is going rogue again. Want to cover the potential Republican presidential candidate? Better bring your running shoes.
Is Sarah Palin's bus tour a prelude to a campaign for the White House? CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
So Sarah Palin walks into a Pennsylvania coffee shop, virtually unannounced. She sits down with a bunch of guys, gets her picture taken and is asked whether she would declare her candidacy right there.
Sarah Palin joins the Rolling Thunder motorcycle ride, kicking off her multi-city bus tour.
CNN's Joe Johns takes a look at Sarah Palin and whether she is going to run for the 2012 GOP nomination.
Alaska's "mama grizzly" is coming to the big screen and quite possibly back to the campaign trail, a move that would shake up a GOP presidential primary field that some Republicans complain is "uninspiring."
The other night, having a few beers with a conservative friend, I mentioned how hacked off I was that there hadn't been a wholesale denouncement of the likes of Donald Trump and Sarah Palin from conservative politicians and opinion-makers.
Sex, lies and murder. Americans seem to love conspiracy theories and too-good-to-be-true rumors -- type "George W. Bush IQ" into Google and watch what you get -- especially when it comes to politics.
Sarah Palin visits Israel in what is becoming a must-visit location for 2012 presidential hopefuls. Kevin Flower reports.
Following in the footsteps of several other Republicans considering a presidential bid, Sarah Palin was in Jerusalem Monday to meet with Israeli leaders.
Is Gadhafi really daffy? We look at him as he looks in a mirror. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Sarah Palin delivered a harsh critique of President Obama's budget proposal during a rare Q-and-A session Thursday, and urged lawmakers to resist raising the nation's debt ceiling.
It was not a typical political video: With its artsy close-ups, rousing voiceover, swelling music and rich glam shots of potential candidate Sarah Palin, the "mama grizzly" campaign video became an internet sensation.
The men behind Sarah Palin's hugely successful video explain how they produced it and what made it work.
None of them has announced plans to run. All have unique weaknesses that could knock them out of the race early. But for now, the familiar faces of those considering a run -- Sarah Palin, Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich -- are leading the national polls among possible contenders in the race for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.
Politics is serious business -- but not all the time.
OK, you've got Palin fatigue. Not to worry. So does much of the country: The latest CNN poll shows that 56 percent of Americans view her unfavorably.
Sarah Palin responds to criticism of her remarks about the Tucson shootings. CNN's Anderson Cooper reports.
Sarah Palin made it clear Monday in an interview on Fox's Sean Hannity show that she is not going to "sit down or shut up."
HLN's Joy Behar talks with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach and Roy Sekoff about Sarah Palin's use of the expression "blood libel."
A new national poll indicates that 56% of all Americans have an unfavorable view of Sarah Palin, an all-time high for the former Alaska governor.
Politics is serious business -- but not all of the time. From the halls of Congress to the campaign trail to the international stage, there's always something that gets a laugh or a second glance.
When a politician is shot, it's bound to get political.
Sarah Palin shares her thoughts on the Arizona shooting spree that left six dead and many more injured.
Lawmakers on Sunday called for toning down the political rhetoric in Washington and across the country following a deadly shooting in Arizona that left six people dead and left a congresswoman with a bullet wound to the brain.
Politics is serious business, but not all of the time. From the halls of Congress to the campaign trail to the international stage, there's always something that gets a laugh or a second glance.
Or would you go home like Kate Gosselin did on Sarah Palin's Alaska? Vote!
Sen. John McCain says he thinks Sarah Palin is doing a great job and compares her to Reagan in terms of divisiveness.
The Dancing with the Stars finalist says, "There's a lot of things I want to accomplish"
CNN's T.J. Holmes talks to Judith C. Rodriguez about what parents can do to combat childhood obesity.
It's clear that we can't go 24 hours without Sarah Palin saying something so stupid that it defies logic, but leave it to the Kim Kardashian of politics to find something wrong with first lady Michelle Obama's effort to curb obesity in America's kids.
A political rock star welcome and adoring chants of "Go Sarah" greeted Sarah Palin at a Phoenix bookstore as the former Alaska governor kicked off her latest book tour that, to some, also looks like a much hyped, early bid for the White House.
Along with her media blitz, Sarah Palin hints of a 2012 run. CNN's Mary Snow has more.
Sarah Palin has yet to formally declare she will run for president, but the book released Tuesday titled "America By Heart" is as clear a statement of intention as there could be.
Sarah Palin's new reality show looks like it might become a hit.
Sarah Palin's reality show gave TLC its best program launch (among households) in its history with 4.96 million viewers.
Politics is serious business -- but not all of the time. From the halls of Congress to the campaign trail, there's always something that gets a laugh. Here are some of the things you might have missed:
Can Sarah Palin see 2012 from her house? You betcha.
Sarah Palin's cable TV show debuts in prime time. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
Sarah Palin has a message for new members of Congress: keep your promises.
In April, Sarah Palin testified against a former college student accused of hacking her e-mail account.
The 2010 election is over and the voters have made an overwhelming statement: "Things need to be different in Washington and across the country." They have chosen representatives at every level to make that happen. The election results are historic and far-reaching.
Jim VandeHei of Politico discusses an article he wrote regarding GOP leaders and a possible Sarah Palin White House bid.
CNN's John King explains what the results of the 2010 midterm elections might say about the 2012 presidential race.
His party got its clock cleaned in Tuesday's midterm elections, but President Barack Obama still remains competitive in some hypothetical 2012 presidential election matchups, especially against Sarah Palin, a new poll shows.
Out with the old, in with the new. The midterms have come and gone, and now the eyes are on the bigger prize -- 2012.
Sarah Palin is upset over an article that says top Republican party leaders don't want her to run for president.
As Election Day gets closer, the rhetoric gets more intense, interesting and, shall we say, passionate. Here are some things that you might have missed.