Articles By Jeremy B. White
Despite Mitt Romney's enduring lack of personal appeal, he and President Obama remain locked in a tight contest in several swing states, according to two new polls.
President Obama has coined a new political catchphrase, linking his Republican rival to an inverted version of the English folk hero who robbed the rich to give to the poor.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has supported Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's allegation that Mitt Romney avoided paying taxes for years, giving her imprimatur to a charge that Romney's campaign has dismissed as baseless slander.
Obama will be in Connecticut on Monday on a fundraising jaunt that features two tiers of backers.
The Obama administration is starting to launch an initiative that could protect hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants from deportation, announcing on Friday that it would start accepting applications in mid-August.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney fired back at Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on Thursday, saying the Nevada Democrat needed to "put up or shut up" regarding his claim that Romney had failed to pay taxes.
Another month of inadequate job growth allows prospective Republican Party presidential candidate Mitt Romney to double down on the tactic that has so far defined his campaign: Keep the focus on President Barack Obama.
Texas is hosting the latest installment in the ongoing saga of tea party-backed insurgents taking on establishment Republicans, with former state Solicitor General Ted Cruz looking to overtake Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst in the Republican Senate primary.
San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro will deliver the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention in September, becoming the first Latino elected official to get the coveted keynote speaker spot.
Support for same-sex marriage is poised to become an official part of the Democratic Party's platform, according to a report in the Washington Post.