With a contentious runoff election less than three weeks away, a Peruvian presidential candidate is hitting the campaign trail with former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani at her side.
Caroline Giuliani will clean city streets for a day for her shoplifting arrest
Rudolph Giuliani The New York Daily News and New York Times are reporting that the former mayor of New York City is expected to announce today that he is not running for the U.S. Senate in 2010, or governor or any other office -- and this might be the end of his ambitions as a political candidate. Giuliani, 65, became a national figure for the way he led New York and spoke to the world after the terror attacks of September 11, 2001. In 2007 he was a Republican presidential candidate. During his years of public service he's taken pro-choice and pro-gay stands. "I have always said that he was a good mayor -- just a terrible person," former Mayor Ed Koch told the Daily News. "And by terrible person, I mean he didn't respect anyone else's opinion. But he delivered essential services."
Former N.Y. Mayor Rudy Giuliani says putting 9/11 terror suspects on trial in New York is an unnecessary risk.
The Republicans have made it clear where their focus is this week with their convention slogan, "Country First."
Rudy Giuliani says Sen. McCain is ready to lead the country the day he takes office.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani joined the chorus of former Republican presidential hopefuls who praised John McCain at the GOP convention Wednesday.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani addressed the Republican National Convention on Wednesday. Here is the text of that speech:
He skipped the early primaries to make a stand in Florida. Political science classes for years to come will be asking why
Is Giuliani losing his grip on Florida, the lynchpin of his strategy to secure the nomination? CNN's Dana Bash reports.
The New York Times endorsed Arizona Sen. John McCain for the Republican presidential nomination over Rudy Giuliani and the rest of the GOP field, strongly criticizing the former mayor of its home city.
Just days away from the Florida primary, Rudy Giuliani has lost his grip on the state he once called "crucial" to his presidential chances.
The onetime GOP front-runner's strategy of sitting out the early primaries now appears to have big risks
Giuliani focuses on the military at a campaign stop in New Hampshire.
Lagging in the polls in Iowa, Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani skipped ahead to New Hampshire Wednesday to call for a renewed push against al Qaeda and its fugitive leader, Osama bin Laden.
As he returned to the campaign trail this weekend, Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani was still facing questions about his brief hospital stay several days ago, but assured reporters he was fine.
GOP presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani leaves a St. Louis hospital after suffering flu-like symptoms.
Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani received a "clean bill of health" from doctors Thursday after he was admitted to a St. Louis hospital overnight for flu-like symptoms, said his communications director, Katie Levinson.
Presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani was released from a St. Louis hospital with a clean bill of health.
With his poll numbers dropping and almost everything else going wrong, Rudy's campaign is in need of some good news
Rudy Giuliani is on CNN's Election Express in Missouri to talk to Wolf Blitzer about what kind of president he would be.
Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani Wednesday said he would be open to diplomatic talks with Iran but only if certain preconditions were established.
CNN's Bill Schneider weighs in on where Giuliani is focusing his campaign efforts and his future in the 2008 election.
So what's the big news in the Republican race? Huckabee vs. Romney? McCain's endorsements? Ron Paul's money?
Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani is being questioned on security detail expenses. CNN's Mary Snow reports
Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani has called a story raising questions about the accounting of his security expenses while he was mayor of New York a "hit job."
The New York city comptroller's office in 2002 raised red flags about former Mayor Rudy Giuliani's $34,000 in security and travel spending on trips to the Hamptons.
Rudy Giuliani, the front-runner in the Republican presidential race in Florida, is viewed by his party's primary voters there as the best candidate to lead the fight against terrorism, a survey released Wednesday says.
It was 1993 and Kelli Conlin remembers her excitement as a member of Mayor-elect Rudy Giuliani's transition team.
Facing criticism, presidential candidate Mitt Romney calls for a judge he appointed to resign. CNN's Jim Acosta reports
CNN's Bill Schneider takes a look at where the Republican presidential race stands in the key early primary states.
Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani Friday assured conservatives he will nominate Supreme Court justices they would find acceptable.
The former mayor is staking his campaign on leadership skills, but his loyalty to his disgraced former top cop raises questions
Senior executives at News Corp. urged publisher Judith Regan to lie to investigators about ex-New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik in order to protect Rudy Giuliani's presidential ambitions, Regan alleges in a lawsuit filed this week.
The National Right to Life Committee, a key anti-abortion group, endorsed Fred Thompson for president Tuesday, saying the former senator was the best candidate to beat Republican front-runner Rudy Giuliani.
CNN's Dana Bash reports on a prominent pro-life group's endorsement of Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson.
Call it a battle for the hearts and minds of Christian conservative voters.
What does the fact the people are searching online for Hillary Clinton's recipes and shots of Rudy Giuliani in drag mean for the presidential race?
CNN's Bill Schneider reports on a new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll on the 2008 presidential race.
Seen increasingly as the GOP front-runner, the former mayor was second only to Hillary Clinton as the focus of sniping
The former mayor is making the case that he would be more competitive in states the GOP has long conceded. Is he right?
Republican presidential candidates intensified their fight over which one has the true conservative credentials in a sometimes contentious debate Sunday night.
Fred Thompson got into the Republican race with great expectations. And sure enough, just after he got in last month, polling showed Thompson and Rudy Giuliani were just about tied for front-runner.
While all eyes were on Fred Thompson, the most heated exchanges during Tuesday's GOP presidential debate occurred between Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney, as they attacked each other's fiscal records.
GOP candidate Ron Paul is down in the polls, but standing tall in the battle for campaign cash. CNN's Mary Snow reports.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani raised $11 million in the third quarter of campaign season, his campaign reported, edging past a chief rival for the GOP presidential nomination, Mitt Romney.
A spokeswoman for Rudy Giuliani says it is unfortunate that a supporter throwing a party that aims to raise $9.11 per person for the Republican's presidential campaign is asking for that amount.
Days after he officially jumped into the Republican race for the White House, former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson finds himself in a statistical dead heat with Rudy Giuliani, according to a CNN/Opinion Research Corp. poll released Tuesday.
He has presented himself as the candidate who knows best how to fight terror. But a look at his record as New York City mayor shows gaping weaknesses
Romney, Giuliani square off
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is leading the pack of Republican presidential hopefuls, supported by 29 percent of respondents in a poll released Friday.
Charging that Democrats' health care proposals would lead to "socialized medicine," Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani said Tuesday he wants to give American citizens more control over their health care.
Giuliani on health care
The country's largest U.S. firefighters union Wednesday blasted former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani's performance in the September 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center, aiming a blow at the cornerstone of Giuliani's presidential campaign.
Analysis: Why McCain is behind
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani brought in $17 million in campaign funds in the past three months, topping his two leading GOP rivals in fund-raising for the quarter, the Giuliani campaign announced Monday.
The specter of an all-New York November 2008 was raised when Bloomberg, a titular Republican since his 2001 mayoral run, announced last week that he was quitting the GOP to become an independent
The arrest of a state campaign chairman highlights potential problems for the law-and-order candidate
The Democratic Presidential race is orderly. The G.O.P. race is volatile. Which party will benefit?
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani was declared the winner of Tuesday's Republican presidential debate in South Carolina, largely for his smack down of Texas Rep. Ron Paul, who suggested that America's foreign policy contributed to the destruction on September 11, 2001.
Religious conservative leader James Dobson will sit out the 2008 presidential election if former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is the Republican presidential nominee, he wrote Thursday in an online column.
The 10 active candidates for the 2008 GOP presidential nomination debated Tuesday night at the University of South Carolina in Columbia. Here are some highlights:
Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani will fully outline his position on abortion rights before next week's GOP debate in South Carolina, Giuliani advisers told CNN on Thursday.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and his former wife donated money to Planned Parenthood, an abortion provider, old tax records show.
Front-runner Rudy Giuliani broke with the other nine Republicans in the party's first debate of the presidential campaign, saying that it would be OK if the Supreme Court overturned its ruling on abortion rights but that he respected a woman's right to choose.
Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday that voters should focus on his record rather than on a "rocky" personal life that includes three marriages and an estrangement from his only son.
John McCain and Rudy Giuliani are tied among Republican voters in New Hampshire, with Mitt Romney in third place and Newt Gingrich showing scant support, a poll released Wednesday said.
It turns out that former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and his wife, Judith, have a couple of things in common. Both have been married three times and divorced twice. And while Rudy Giuliani's stormy marital history is already well know, his wife's martial history made the front pages of New York tabloids Friday.
At first glance, former New York Mayor and 2008 presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani wouldn't seem to have much in common with Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is the clear front-runner in the crowded GOP presidential field and has a substantial lead on the closest competition, according to a CNN poll released Monday.
When Rudy Giuliani was first inaugurated as New York City's mayor in January 1994, his son, Andrew, then a rambunctious, chubby-cheeked 7-year-old, stole the show by imitating his father as he was sworn in and joining him, quite uninvited, at the podium.
Rudy Giuliani spoke to a convention of conservatives Friday. Is that like a vegetarian speaking to a convention of cattle ranchers?
Rudy Giuliani is going before a big meeting of conservatives this weekend with a remarkable lead in the GOP race; according to an ABC News/Washington Post poll, he's ahead of Sen. John McCain 44-21. That raises a question: How could a pro-choice, pro-gay rights, pro-gun control ex-mayor from New York be doing so well with Republicans?
Who's got the heat for 2008? One Democrat and one Republican. And in one case, it's coming from a surprising place.
Former New York mayor and 2008 presidential contender Rudolph Giuliani said Wednesday he is not sure the tide will turn in the war in Iraq, as President Bush has said.
Some candidates seem to be getting what the first President Bush once called "the Big Mo'' in the 2008 presidential race: momentum.
Sixteen hours had passed since the Twin Towers crumbled and fell, and people kept telling Rudy Giuliani to get some rest. The indomitable mayor of New York City had spent the day and night holding his town together. He arrived at the World Trade Center just after the second plane hit, watched human beings drop from the sky and--when the south tower imploded -- nearly got trapped inside his makeshift command center near the site. Then he led a battered platoon of city officials, reporters and civilians north through the blizzard of ash and smoke, and a detective jimmied open the door to a firehouse so the mayor could revive his government there. Giuliani took to the airwaves to calm and reassure his people, made a few hundred rapid-fire decisions about the security and rescue operations, toured hospitals to comfort the families of the missing and made four more visits to the apocalyptic attack scene.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, known for his apt leadership after the attacks of September 11, 2001, took the first step toward a possible 2008 presidential bid by forming an exploratory committee.
Republicans favor former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani for the GOP presidential nomination in 2008, while Democrats are looking toward Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York for their nominee, according to a CNN poll released Thursday.
Investment bank Giuliani Capital Advisors, headed by former New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani, is forming a global strategic alliance, with counterparts Aforge Finance S.A. in France and Sal. Oppenheim in Germany to concentrate on cross-border mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and capital markets transactions, according to a press release.
Jurors saw gripping videotape of jetliners crashing into the World Trade Center and people jumping to their deaths as the nation's first trial about the September 11, 2001, attacks resumed Thursday.
If the results of a recent poll pan out, voters will see two big names from New York on the ballot in November 2008.
Police shot a man dead at a London subway station Friday, one day after four attempted bombings in the city, and about two weeks after terror attacks killed more than 50 people at three subway stations and on a bus.
Former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani has praised Londoners and the city's emergency services for their response to Thursday's bomb attacks.
Former New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani's security consulting firm allegedly set up a multimillion-dollar deal with a company whose investors had a history of securities-related charges, according to a report published Friday.
Amid the death and destruction of the 2001 terrorist attacks on New York City, one man in particular emerged from the horror with his status bolstered.
In early October, Professor Ralph Whitehead of the University of Massachusetts, a good Democrat and an even better thinker, lamented what he saw as the runaway secularization of the 2004 Democratic Party.
Energized by recent polls and Democratic nominee Sen. John Kerry's difficulty in controlling the agenda, the Bush-Cheney campaign sought to build on its momentum and determined to put national security front and center on the Republican National Convention's first day.
The man "Time" magazine named its Person of the Year for his handling of the September 11, 2001, attacks now finds himself defending New York City's preparedness in its response to 9/11.
Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani told the panel investigating the September 11, 2001, attacks that city officials prepared for everything they could think of in response to terror threats but that they never imagined that planes would be used as missiles.
Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, who won worldwide acclaim for his handling of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that devastated his city, said Thursday that using images from that day in campaign ads for President Bush is both "appropriate" and "relevant."
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