The latest news on running mates
Virginia's Jim Webb, who's talked about as vice presidential timber after only a year in the Senate, nixes the rumors.
John McCain may soon find himself under pressure to pick a woman as his running mate.
With more bruising primaries on the horizon, it's still a distant possibility.
At his age and with his history, the No. 2 spot is more critical.
Senior Democratic strategists, many of whom had previously panned talk of a Clinton-Obama or Obama-Clinton ticket, are now talking up the idea of a ticket headed by Barack Obama with Hillary Clinton as his running mate.
Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin would bolster the GOP's economic message.
Feeling destined to be the Republican presidential nominee, Sen. John McCain hasn't set his sights yet on his vice presidential pick, though insiders are working to dismiss talk about some of the names the press has mentioned.
He could be a top vice presidential pick for Sen. John McCain himself, but Newt Gingrich thinks that Mike Huckabee and Florida Gov. Charlie Crist are better bets.
The No. 2 spot on the party tickets may be a crucial consideration this year.
John McCain's rise in the polls has got Washington buzzing over whom he'd pick as his vice presidential nominee.