Undecided voters in northern Virginia are likely to determine which candidate wins Old Dominion's 13 electoral votes. And the presidential campaigns are focusing their efforts on winning over the undecided voters, primarily suburban women. Judy Woodruff reports.
In other news Monday, the Romney campaign raised $25 million more than the Obama campaign in July. This is the third straight month Mitt Romney has outraised President Obama. Also, Egypt's border patrol is on high alert after masked gunmen…
New questions are surfacing over the future of the Republican Party amid a public dispute between GOP National Committee Chairman Michael Steele and conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh. Political analysts assess what's next for the GOP.
After a year that saw a global economic crisis develop and a historic presidential election take place, Mark Shields and Michael Gerson look back on 2008's news highlights and discuss what to expect in the year to come.
After a historic 2008 presidential election, the Republican Party is facing new questions on how it should shape its agenda in the years to come. The co-authors of "Grand New Party: How Republicans Can Win the Working Class and Save…
This week, Congress pushed through a massive financial rescue plan and vice presidential hopefuls faced off in a key debate. Analysts Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks weigh all things politics.
During his years of military service and in Congress, Sen. John McCain has faced many personally challenging moments. The GOP presidential nominee's closest advisers detail how McCain has dealt with difficult situations during his life.
More than 42 million people tuned in Thursday to see John McCain's acceptance speech, matching the number who watched Barack Obama's speech last week. A panel of editors and columnists weigh how the GOP event was received across the country.
Analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks offer insight on the points Sen. John McCain will make and reflect on the Republican convention before the Arizona senator steps up to the podium.
Before the third night of the Republican convention, columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss what's likely ahead from speakers trying to rally the party.
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