Just hours before the NBC News Republican presidential debate in Florida, NBC's Chuck Todd and David Gregory discuss whether Newt Gingrich will continue his momentum into the Florida primary.
The GOP fight for Florida, which holds its presidential primary on Jan. 31, is heating up on the heels of Newt Gingrich's decisive win in South Carolina. NBC's Peter Alexander reports.
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, gravely wounded in a shooting a year ago, will resign from Congress. NBC's Kelly O'Donnell reports.
The morning after his victory in South Carolina, GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich sits down with David Gregory to talk about his rivals, criticism of his campaign and the path toward Florida.
The morning after a Gingrich victory in South Carolina, our roundtable panel discusses what this win will mean to the 2012 candidate landscape.
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an election worker outside City Hall in St. Petersburg, Fla. Early voting opened in 62 counties Saturday, including here in Pinellas County.
After finishing second in the South Carolina primary, Mitt Romney says the race is "getting even more interesting," and tells the crowd, "there is so much worth fighting."
GOP candidate Rick Santorum talks about the state of the race and reaffirms that he wants to be the voice for those people in America that don't have one in government
Amidst cheers of "Newt can win," Newt Gingrich calls the S.C. race "humbling" and "sobering" to see so many supporters rally behind his political message.
Republican voters in the Palmetto State go to the polls today to cast ballots for their party's nominee for president this year. As NBC's Peter Alexander reports, Newt Gingrich's slim edge in the opinion polls is giving his campaign hope that the former speaker of the House of Representatives can win his first state race.
Comedian Stephen Colbert can't get on the ballot in South Carolina. Herman Cain is still on the ballot, although no longer in the race for president. Colbert encouraged people to vote for Cain in the S.C. primary, saying it was really a vote for him. NBC's Ali Weinberg reports.