Another Clinton Push? Obama To Campaign With Former PresidentPresident Barack Obama and Bill Clinton will campaign together Monday, opening the final full week before Election Day with a three-state battleground blitz.
Clinton: Americans Being 'Impatient' With EconomyFormer President Bill Clinton said Friday that President Barack Obama is facing a tough re-election race because "impatient" Americans haven't fully recognized an economy on the mend.
Clinton: 'It Won't Amount To A Hill Of Beans' If People Don't Donate More To ObamaFormer President Bill Clinton is warning donors that just supporting President Barack Obama and his campaign is not enough.
Romney: Deadly Attack On US Consulate In Libya 'Act Of Terrorism'Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney says the attack on the American consulate in Libya was an act of terrorism and says the United States must use foreign aid to bring about lasting change in such places.
Ginsburg Predicts Supreme Court Will Rule On Gay Marriage Within YearJustice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said Wednesday that she believes the Defense of Marriage Act will likely go to the U.S. Supreme Court within the next year.
Woman Shows Medicare Card On Camera For Millions To See At DNCA woman attending the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night showed her Medicare card on camera for the world to see.
Paul Ryan Praises Former President Clinton During Iowa Campaign StopRepublican vice presidential contender Paul Ryan says America is "a country in decline" because of national debt piling up under President Barack Obama.
Obama Keeps Distance From Union Fight As Clinton Rallies Dems In WisconsinFormer President Bill Clinton urged Wisconsin Democrats to vote against Gov. Scott Walker in Tuesday's recall election, saying the Republican has governed without compromise or honest negotiation.
House Vote Sinks Openly Gay Judicial Nominee The House of Delegates, voting in Tuesday's early morning hours, blocked an openly gay Richmond prosecutor from appointment to a General District Court judgeship in the city.