Steve Colbert lampooned the network’s reporting of its own polls, which put President Obama ahead of Mitt Romney.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney held a late-night press availability to address the frenzy surrounding hidden camera video that surfaced today.
American conservatism’s glorification of the unfettered economy is thus out of step with the balanced approach that voters here and across the capitalist democracies are looking for. Obama and Clinton know this. It’s the central problem Romney faces, which is why he is flailing.
Benjamin Netanyahu stubbornly ignored warnings from the White House to tone down his rhetoric on Iran, warning that Tehran would be on the brink of nuclear weapons capability in six to seven months.
Republicans learned a lesson from the stimulus that Democrats didn’t expect: unwavering opposition, distortion, deceit and ridicule actually work, especially when the opposition doesn’t put up a fight. The lesson for Democrats seems equally clear: when government actually works, let the world know about it.
Authorities reportedly set to crack down on banks for failing to monitor whether cash was being used to launder dirty money.
The attitude of entitlement Romney has with the more than fair criticism of “one set of rules for Romney and another set for everyone else.”
The State Objections Board comprised of Secretary of State Kris Kobach, Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer postponed until Monday action on a complaint filed by a Manhattan resident pending review of a copy of Obama’s birth certificate from Hawaii.
President Barack Obama’s statement, made Wednesday morning from the White House Rose Garden, about the U.S. envoy killings in Libya.
One spot of good news in the census data released Wednesday was on the health-care front: For the first time in three years, the share of Americans without health insurance declined, with the number of uninsured dropping by 1.3 million people from 2010 to 2011.
Ambassador and three staff killed during attack in eastern Libya city over film deemed insulting by Muslims.
Phoenix television station KTVK reported on Tuesday that Brewer (R) abruptly dropped out of a fundraiser she was scheduled to headline for Gabriela Saucedo Mercer, the party’s nominee in southern Arizona’s 3rd Congressional District.
The funding request complicates the image that Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has tried to project for his running mate as a fiscal watchdog who’s focused on trying to cut the federal budget.