Mitt Romney

Republicans once led the health care debate. What happened?

Republicans somehow decided the way to fix health care is to not fix it.

'Anyone but Romney'

A Trumpian wing is born in the GOP

It’s motivated, it’s angry at Mitt Romney

3 things to expect from Mitt 3.0

From truth bombs to fast-food runs, Sonya Bell asks: what will the newest version of Mitt Romney look like?

A Republican race for the political middle

Can Bush, Romney and Christie save the Republicans from another race filled with fringe candidates?

What’s old is old again: Feschuk checks out U.S. presidential hopefuls

Maybe this time around, Mitt Romney will run as an anarchist

The elephant in the room

As Obama falters, Republicans are too busy squabbling with one other to notice they’re missing opportunities


Started from the bottom, now he’s here: Drake wins SNL

The six buzziest talking points from the weekend and beyond

What students are talking about today (November 30th edition)

Romney’s free hamburgers, gay-friendly mosque & Palestine


Republican soul-searching for 2016

Losing an election you were certain to win is never easy. Up against a President who had a sustained high level of unemployment for all his term in office, Republicans had an opportunity to make this a one-term administration. They also believed they would make gains in the Senate, if not win it outright. None of this happened, and Republicans have offered divergent views about what went wrong, and what needs to be done.

How Obama won

The stakes were never so high, the battle never so bitter. With America’s future in the balance, Barack Obama overcame a surprising surge from Mitt Romney to re-capture the presidency. The inside story, by Luiza Ch. Savage


Did Obamacare win the election?

Buried in Mitt Romney’s post-election analysis of why he lost – he blames it on “gifts” to minorities, young people and single women – is an interesting admission about the impact of Obama’s health-care reform on the election.

Obama and the promise of four more years

What can and will this second-term president accomplish?