The formal announcement by Newt Gingrich that he was ending his campaign was anticlimactic, but vintage Gingrich all the same, says Michelle Cottle.
A look at why reporters liked covering the ex-speaker, from his John Wayne fixation to his plan to colonize space and his fondness for Ellis the elephant. By Ben Jacobs.
Undaunted by his weak showing in Florida, the ex-senator steamed on to Nevada. How his daughter’s illness drives him on. By Michelle Cottle. Plus, read more Daily Beast contributors on what Romney’s win means.
Newt’s former campaign spokesman has re-emerged as the ex-speaker’s most visible surrogate and attack dog. By Lloyd Grove.
Gingrich’s boasts about his lean campaign looked empty after he got bulldozed by Romney’s ‘attack machine.’
The former speaker looked tired, as Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum landed many punches.
Gingrich is muting his attacks on Romney in an effort to seem more presidential. By Howard Kurtz.