From Gary Locke to Susana Martinez, David A. Graham on the Republicans and Democrats to watch.
David A. Graham is an associate editor at The Atlantic, and a former political reporter for Newsweek and The Daily Beast.
David A. Graham on The Donald’s strange hold over the GOP field.
The soaring Gingrich was having fun, courting Trump, zinging Romney and Pelosi—and brushing off protests.
A presidential candidate’s final speech can often be the way an entire campaign is remembered—and Herman Cain quoted the Pokémon movie. David A. Graham on why that’s the perfect way for the GOP hopeful to go out.
The GOP presidential hopeful's new book, Core of Conviction, was released Monday. David A. Graham offers six tidbits, from her divine inspiration to her devotion to husband Marcus and her childhood trauma. Plus, Jason Pinter breaks down the GOP candidates' book sales and join Howard Kurtz and Michelle Goldberg tonight for a live chat about the debate.
Barely (or not at all) recovered from their Michigan debate, the candidates reconvene in South Carolina tonight. From how Perry and Cain can survive to Gingrich’s possible dominance, David A. Graham on what to watch.
The CNBC debate kicks off tonight in the shadow of the Cain circus. Will the other candidates ignore the elephant in the room, and will Gingrich finally reach the top tier? David A. Graham on what to look for. Plus join Howard Kurtz for a live chat during the debate, starting at 8pm ET.
Roommates at Amherst College, Greek rivals duke it out in a bromantic tragedy, writes David A. Graham.
Herman Cain’s campaign chief of staff, Mark Block, swears he wasn’t trying to create a stir when he appeared in an ad for his boss while smoking.