After months of flirting with politics, Donald Trump said Monday he won't run for president, choosing to stick with hosting "The Celebrity Apprentice" over a bid for the Republican nomination.
Rep. Paul Ryan said Sunday that he would have a decision within days on whether he will seek the seat from Wisconsin being vacated by Sen. Herb Kohl.
Wily and practical: Presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich is lining up sturdy planks for his White House platform, using tried and true methods to build his "brand" in the eyes of an ever-distracted voting public.
* No, not Ron Paul, the 75-year-old congressman from Texas and grandfather of the tea party ... Ron Paul's ideas.
Guest lineup for the Sunday TV news shows:
Newt Gingrich has thrown his hat into the ring. The former House speaker has formally declared he will seek the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. Mr. Gingrich has toyed for years with running for the White House. Now he finally is all in. Mr. Gingrich has many positive attributes. He is articulate, smart and possesses instant name recognition. Moreover, he has a political machine and a network of advisers that will help him establish a formidable ground game. Mr. Gingrich's candidacy, however, is a dollar short and a day late.
The Associated Press? Skewing a poll? Uh-oh.
Newt Gingrich vowed Tuesday that his 2012 run for the GOP presidential nomination will be free of the intellectual arrogance and personal disorganization that he concedes marred his tenure as speaker of the U.S. House in the 1990s.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on Monday announced his bid for the presidency on Twitter and Facebook and urged followers to tune into Fox News on Wednesday.