Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin has been trying to avoid the controversy over Rudolph W. Giuliani and President Obama.
Former New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani made further comments on President Obama in an interview Friday with the New York Times.
A look back at the week in political pictures.
Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, who might plunge into the already crowded pool of Republican presidential hopefuls, made a foray to Iowa this week to test the political strength of his signature issue: the threat from the Islamic State.
Rudolph W. Giuliani’s road to and through City Hall was punctuated with racial controversy.
Hillary Rodham Clinton, the subject of intense news media attention and public scrutiny for the last three decades, is preparing for another thorough vetting by her own research team.
Rudolph W. Giuliani has stirred a furor this week by claiming that President Obama does not love America, but the suggestion is not a new one.
As Jeb Bush recruits a fast-growing team of policy advisers for his presidential campaign in waiting, he is turning to a former chief executive at Wal-Mart, the country's largest private employer, to help him pull it together.
Former New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani wasn't scheduled to speak at a reception for Gov. Scott Walker in New York City on Wednesday.
Rudy Giuliani, who has made headlines this week for comments he made about President Obama's fealty to America, is uncertain who he will support to replace him in 2016.
A poll commissioned by a former partner at Goldman Sachs has shaped the early race for the Republican presidential nomination.
John Kerry's State Department team is in transition.
Former Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani tells us why his inflammatory comments about Mr. Obama’s love (or not) for America can’t be construed as racist.
Former Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani defended his remarks accusing President Obama of not loving his country.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel of Chicago, who was the president's first chief of staff, joined Mr. Obama at a ceremony Thursday proclaiming the city's Pullman district a national monument.
The 2016 race for Missouri's Senate seat got started in earnest today with the announcement by Jason Kander, the Democratic secretary of state, that he would seek his party's nomination for the seat now held by incumbent Republican Senator Roy Blunt.
Talk at a winter gathering for Democrats was dominated by some incendiary comments from a prominent Republican who accused President Obama of not loving America.
Jennifer Psaki, the spokeswoman for the State Department and a long-time veteran of the White House and President Obama's campaigns, will become the president's communications director.
President Obama speaks at the Summit on Countering Violent Extremism.
Woody Johnson, the owner of the New York Jets and a top fund-raiser for the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, will support Jeb Bush's likely presidential campaign in 2016.