The former three-term governor has been considering a run for months and has been trying to build support in the important primary states of Iowa and New Hampshire.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is a darling of the Republican party. Rumors, questions and talk of him running for president just keep coming up.
Jesse Ventura, the former Navy SEAL, professional wrestler, and governor of Minnesota is back with a new book and buzz of a 2012 national run.
In an interview Wednesday, Christie said he has no plans to start a federal political action committee, or PAC.
President Barack Obama is formally launching the era of divided government tonight with his State of the Union speech to Congress.
The Quinnipiac University Poll released Tuesday finds Christie’s job approval rating at 51 percent, but only 24 percent think he’d be good in the White House.
Appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday, Christie ruled out a 2012 run for president or vice president. But he left room for a run four years later for higher office.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says there are two reasons he’s been campaigning around the country for fellow GOP members.
The mayor has been traveling around the country this election season endorsing candidates and backing issues, and there are more trips in prospect.
As Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrived in New York City for the United Nations General Assembly dozens of protesters demonstrated Sunday against his regime.
Despite denials that he is mounting a presidential campaign, Christie is headlining an event in West Des Moines to raise money for Terry Branstad, who is running for Iowa governor.
Rep. Mike McMahon is among a handful of House Democrats in New York believed to be vulnerable in November.
President Barack Obama has come out in favor of allowing a mosque to be built near ground zero.
The 30-year-old daughter of Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton was expected to wed her boyfriend, investment banker Marc Mezvinsky, at a ceremony Saturday evening with 400 to 500 guests.