Georgia On His Mind, Gingrich Faces Key Primary

Former Speaker, Newt Gingrich is facing his most important challenge yet — winning Georgia on Super Tuesday. Georgia is considered Gingrich’s home because he represented […]

For Gingrich, A Week Of Attacks And Falling In Polls

It's been a week of marathon campaigning for GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich: five or six campaign events each day, hitting Rotary meetings, pizza restaurants and coffee shops.

With the caucuses just days away, it's time for closing arguments in Iowa. Gingrich says his is that he's a supply-side conservative with experience both in balancing the budget and in making government work.

As Gingrich Stumps In Iowa, His Style Evolves

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich’s campaign has been down and then up this year. His top staffers resigned en masse in June, leading many to […]

On The Hill, Gingrich Made Friends And Enemies

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is new to his front-runner status, but he’s hardly new to Washington. He has spent decades weaving relationships in and […]

Why Some Evangelicals Back Thrice-Wed Gingrich

One of the puzzles of the Republican presidential campaign is Newt Gingrich’s appeal to religions conservatives. The irony is that Gingrich, a Catholic convert who […]