HuffPost hits the campaign trail in New Hampshire with Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina.
With presidential primaries fast approaching, Republican voters should be asking themselves a few provocative questions about their front-runners and their party. Are conservatives in the United States so bereft of ideas that their only response to global climate change is to pretend it doesn't exist?
Waterboarding, she said, "was used when there was no other way to get information that was necessary."
Carly Fiorina is the only woman vying for the Republican nomination for president. Not only can she hold her own onstage for three hours, but she can do it heels!
Republican strategist and HuffPost DC Bureau Chief Ryan Grim sit down to discuss the best and the worst performances from the GOP candidates during the second GOP debate.
Summer is normally a drowsy, dull time in the news business. Papers struggle on a diet of shark sightings and weather stories, waiting for things to pick up after Labor Day. But this summer was different.
As the White House Correspondents' Dinner reliably demonstrates, performance is the new politics. By tapping comedy, drama and other forms of storytelling influencers can access strategies they'd normally never employ.
Tea Partiers want to cut the favorite target of conservatives -- "entitlements." The only problem with that is that most folks don't call these programs "entitlements," most folks call them "my Social Security check."
Republican Senate nominee Carly Fiorina took a harder line Tuesday on the controversial plans to build a mosque several blocks
The Daily Caller reports on the current state of the California race: "The NRSC has committed a minimum of two million dollars
The microphone also captured Fiorina questioning Republican gubernatorial nominee Meg Whitman's decision to be interviewed
Earlier in the video, someone tells Fiorina that they are "relaunching failed senator right now," to which Fiorina responds
A California Republican aiming to unseat Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) next year has gotten a boost from conservative Sen. Jim
"No, I don't," responded Fiorina. "But you know what? That's not what she's running for." "I find it quite stunning actually
MITCHELL: You are the first person from the McCain campaign I can ask, what did you think of Tina Fey as Sarah Palin? FIORINA