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Romney’s post-debate 'bounce' begins to flatten, aided by attacks from within his own camp.
Vice President Joe Biden and his Republican challenger Paul Ryan square off on Thursday night in a contest that has taken on new importance in the wake of last week’s presidential debate.
Lots of rhetoric, few specifics in Romney’s view of the world.
Stellar organization and relentless robo-calls are driving Obama supporters to the polls in droves.
Republicans are jubilant, Democrats subdued following Wednesday’s debate in Denver.
The quintessential swing state just keeps on swinging.
When the two candidates square off on Wednesday night, the pressure will be on the Republican challenger.
Analysis: Ann Romney innocently kicks off a firestorm about her husband’s mental health. But why?
In rural Ohio, residents are not impressed with either of the main political candidates.
Romney has tripped over his own image to lose voters he should have won.
In Romneyland, it is no longer possible to tell reality from satire. Does it even matter?
In an election year, it’s hard to tell the difference.
Little heat as the presidential candidates face off — sort of — in prime time.
Syrian writer makes an impassioned plea for help for her people.
In Wolfeboro, the Republican candidate's favorite summer retreat in swing state New Hampshire, residents contemplate life with the Romneys.
His name is Mitt Romney, and he seems intent on doing everything he can to help the president get re-elected.
As Mideast protests simmer, the election could turn on how the candidates handle a messy crisis.
The Republican candidate gets a hazing for his neophyte status when it comes to dealing with international crises.
The crisis in Libya could well blow a hole in the US election campaign, and set the stage for even tenser relations with the Arab world.
Candidates spar over response to mob killing of US ambassador and officials.