In 2008 Romney’s sons played a starring role on the trail. Shushannah Walshe on their new low-key approach.
Shushannah Walshe covers politics for The Daily Beast. She is the co-author of Sarah From Alaska: The Sudden Rise and Brutal Education of a New Conservative Superstar. She was a reporter and producer at the Fox News Channel from August 2001 until the end of the 2008 presidential campaign.
The ex-governor remains coy about running in 2012 at the Iowa premiere of a pro-Palin documentary.
The “Undefeated” premiere will feature handpicked locals and Palin pals—but it still might turn political.
The former VP candidate will travel to Iowa this week to attend the premiere of "The Undefeated," the documentary about herself. Shushannah Walshe reports.
The former VP candidate's emails reveal some oddball quirks.
A forgotten Sarah Palin who worked with Democrats to pass landmark legislation emerges in the new documentary The Undefeated. Shushannah Walshe gets an early look and talks to director Stephen K. Bannon.
The presidential flirts met in Times Square for a family dinner under a phalanx of cellphone cameras, as Palin's bus tour hit New York. Shushannah Walshe reports on the nascent 2012 campaign's most surreal moment yet.
On day three of Palin’s bus tour, Todd Palin spoke about how he’s not pushing his wife to run for president, even though the country’s not on track. Shushannah Walshe reports from the trail.
The former Alaska governor is using her bus tour to gauge interest in a presidential bid, says a knowledgeable source. Shushannah Walshe on the way to tell if she's in or out.