The former presidential candidate is reportedly building a new home in the city of Holladay.
The man who funded the "Swift Boat" ads in 2004 and gave Mitt Romney a big boost in 2012 died at the age of 80 over the weekend.
People think you should try to pay the lowest tax rate possible. Unless you are a politician, that is.
By Chris Cillizza and Sean Sullivan
April 15, 2013
On Twitter's 7th birthday, we reflect on its impact on politics.
Whatever "careful" or "cautious" meant to campaigns before, it must mean something new in 2014, 2016, and beyond.
"I don't think that's why the president won the election," Romney said.
The former president said in an interview that President Obama thanked his grandson, James Carter, the man who released Mitt Romney's "47 percent" tape.
A look at who is most likely to pick up where Mitt left off and run for political office.
The 2012 GOP presidential nominee is back in the nation's capital today. Even as he's kept a low profile since the election, it feels in some ways like he never left, with former allies and opponents alike bringing him up in a less than flattering context.
By Sean Sullivan and Aaron Blake
January 25, 2013