Mitt Romney spoke to press at Miami airport. (Photos taken by Jim Krasula)

Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan talk with CBS News about their new partnership. Here’s today’s Eye on the White House. CBS’ Tom Foty reports.

Campaigning in the heart of NASCAR country, Mitt Romney on Sunday described his new running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan, as a man whose “career ambition was not to go to Washington,” despite the fact that the Wisconsin congressman has spent his entire career there. (Photos taken by Jim Krasula)

CBS’s Tom Foty checks on the reaction to Mitt Romney’s choice of a running mate.

Mitt Romney has chosen Cong. Paul Ryan as his running mate. CBS’s Rob Mank spoke to White House reporter Glenn Thrush of Politico about the choice.

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney chooses Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan to be his running mate. CBS’ Matt Cherry discussed the selection with American University Journalism Professor Richard Benedetto.

The official VP announcement was made on Mitt Romney’s VP App. Are you obsessed with apps? Get OUR CBS Radio News iPhone app at http://bit.ly/getcrniapp

The official VP announcement was made on Mitt Romney’s VP App. Are you obsessed with apps? Get OUR CBS Radio News iPhone app at http://bit.ly/getcrniapp

Paul Ryan joined Mitt Romney for an appearance in Norfolk, Va., on the deck of the USS Wisconsin at 9 a.m. (Photos taken by Rebecca Kaplan, Lindsay Boerma, Sarah Huisenga, and Sarah Boxer CBS News and National Journal)

It’s official: Mitt Romney’s campaign has announced he has chosen Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan to be his running mate, bringing to the ticket a youthful budget hawk who will help underscore the GOP ticket’s focus on righting the economy with substantial changes to government spending. (Photos taken by CBS News’ Jim Krasula)

Mitt Romney to Announce Running Mate Today

Mitt Romney will announce his Vice Presidential choice Saturday morning in Norfolk, Va. CBS News will provide live, anchored radio coverage.Romney’s announcement is scheduled for 9 AM Eastern. Our anchored broadcast will be with CBS News Correspondents Howard Arenstein in Washington and Jim Krasula in Norfolk.