A Russian deputy prime minister has offered to send Mitt Romney a biplane with a notorious safety record after Romney wondered why airplane windows don’t open.
British Prime Minister David Cameron declined to take a phone call from Barack Obama because he was finishing a game of tennis.
Britain’s Culture Minister is disappointed that he is not allowed to play video games in his office.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu drew his “red line” for Iran’s nuclear program.
An ultra-conservative Islamist cleric in Egypt faces charges of blasphemy after he allegedly tore up and burned copies of the New Testament at a protest in front of the American Embassy in Cairo.
A California lawmaker who pleaded no contest earlier this year to shoplifting charges is seeking another elected office.
Paul Ryan says he wants the Republican campaign message to be so detailed and compelling that Mitt Romney will be elected “by acclamation.”
Mitt Romney plans to turn himself into a one-man truth squad during the first presidential debate, casting President Barack Obama as someone who can’t be trusted to stick to the facts.
Tennessee Democratic leaders called on state election officials to remove a state House candidate from the November ballot after accusing him of putting a false address on his nominating petition for the race.
If elected President, the Mormon Church Mitt Romney would attend in Washington, D.C., said they would welcome him, even though they are mainly Democrats.
The Michele Bachmann fact-checking quota.
Tattoos, from Teddy Roosevelt to Barry Goldwater.
Republican women politicians look more feminine than their Democratic counterparts.
Barack Obama channels Mitt Romney: “I want to see us export more jobs…export more products. Excuse me, I was channeling my opponent there for a second.”
A Maine judge’s recent ruling has resuscitated Ralph Nader’s three-year legal battle over what he terms a “conspiracy” in Maine to undermine his 2004 presidential election bid as an independent candidate.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics discovered 386,000 new jobs.
U.S. economic growth was revised down to 1.3% for the second quarter.
Mitt Romney tries to lead his own cheer.
New Romney ad, a la Jimmy Kimmel.
In 1968, while Romney was a missionary in France, he had to endure no newspapers, no bus service and (gasp) had to wait for his check by mail.