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Romney's Mormon Faith Not a Big Issue with Voters
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney sits down with The Brody File to discuss personal stories and political promises.
After Rick Santorum’s interview with The Brody File, David Brody gives the GOP presidential candidate a special gift. See his reaction.
Obama Touts Jobs in Swing State of Virginia
The Brody File: On the Road in Iowa
Can Romney Deliver a Knockout Blow in Florida?
The Brody File managed to dig up old high school photos of the GOP presidential candidates. See the looks they rocked back in the day.
Candidates' spouses have stepped into the spotlight, generating a buzz that threatens to overshadow their running mates.
Rudy Giuliani ventured into conservative territory Tuesday with a speech at Regent University. The GOP presidential candidate won smiles with his views on leadership, but he could face some challenges on his moderate social positions.
GOP Presidential candidates long to carry the Reagan mantle; does any one stack up?
Lawn chairs, blankets, and shouts of praise covered the Mall in Washington, Saturday.
For this week’s edition of The Brody File: CBN News headed to the Wild West, where the GOP presidential candidates recently duked it out.
In the first TV ad campaign launched by a presidential candidate in Iowa, Tim Pawlenty touts himself as a constitutional conservative who'll deliver results - not rhetoric.
On Monday's CBN Newswatch with Lee Webb and Lorie Johnson: an early test for GOP presidential candidates, Weiner tries to rehab his image, Turkey's election impacting the Middle East, and more.
On this week's edition of the Brody File: CBN News talks with GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain. Can "The Hermanator" pull off a presidential nomination upset?
On this week's edition of The Brody File: CBN News looks at the possible political landmines ahead for the 2012 GOP presidential candidates.
GOP Candidates Hold First-Ever Twitter Debate
No Gimmicks: Pawlenty Vows ‘Results, Not Rhetoric’