Barack Obama and Mitt Romney took their respective blueprints for America to key electoral battlegrounds Saturday with polls suggesting that the White House race remains neck-and-neck.
The Obama campaign will be hoping to capture a bit of political magic when Bill Clinton makes his keynote speech to the Democratic national convention in Charlotte.
President Barack Obama’s estrangement from Wall Street is costing him money in fewer campaign donations even as it is fueling his argument for re- election.
America's big automakers enjoyed bumper sales in August as US consumers snapped up new cars and gave a boost to President Barack Obama's bailout of the industry.
David Cameron was finding, if he did not know already, how hard a cabinet reshuffle can be as he failed to persuade Iain Duncan Smith to leave work and pensions to run the justice department, and he battled for hours, eventually successfully, to prise Lady Warsi from the Conservative chairmanship to a new post in the Foreign Office.
California Democratic party chairman John Burton has been rebuked by a Barack Obama campaign spokesman after reportedly comparing Republicans to Nazi propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels.
Mitt Romney has a John Kerry problem. And I don't mean being a wavy-haired, wealthy francophone from Massachusetts (although, in this climate, that's burden enough for a Republican nominee). He's been framed. And so long as his opponent's attacks sufficiently fit this frame, then they do not need to be accurate, honest or reasonable. They just have to fit.
Mitt Romney's campaign suffered another setback on Tuesday when a senior member of his team, John Sununu, was forced to apologise for suggesting president Barack Obama is un-American.
Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney made a determined effort to deflect attention from the damaging controvery over Bain Capital by mounting an attack on what his campaign described as Barack Obama's Chicago-style cronyism.