Some estimate the crowd that showed up for Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert's Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear topped 200,000, but accurate crowd counting is tough to pin down.
Colorado has played a key role in the narrative of the Obama administration and its political strategy. The Democrats' networked system of sharing campaign resources will be tested Tuesday on Election Day 2010.
Democrats are likely to lose big in the US House of Representatives, and they'll be lucky to keep slim control of the US Senate. Will Obama do better with a resurgent GOP to push against?
Colorado’s Seventh Congressional District – a bellwether district in a swing state – leads the nation in spending on political ads by outside groups not required to disclose their donors.
White House counterterrorism adviser John Brennan says authorities "have to presume" there might be more mail bombs like the ones pulled from planes in England and the United Arab Emirates.
On the last leg of his campaign blitz, Obama reminisced about his 2008 victory to a hometown crowd. But his main point was to rally the troops facing a very tough midterm election fight.
Every year, Americans and Europeans wind their clocks back one hour in the fall. So why did Europeans reset their clocks today, and when is daylight savings 2010 for Americans?
From around the country, tens of thousand gathered for the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear organized by comedians Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert. Will it make any difference once the harsh midterm elections are over?
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula was behind the failed Christmas Day bomb attempt last year. US authorities believe the terrorist group is focusing on small-scale attacks against the West.
From $3.50 black-and-orange cupcakes to $45 Spartacus costumes, retailers make a bundle on Halloween – $2 billion on candy alone. For the economy, it's a bit of good news in scary times.
Just before Saturday's Rally to Restore Sanity in Washington, government workers will hold their own rally to put a human face on 'faceless bureaucrats.' It's called 'Government Doesn't Suck.'
The 106th World Series, featuring the Rangers and Giants, is underway. With the help of MLB.com and Baseball-reference.com, we've come up with a quiz to test your knowledge of World Series history. You'll find answers to questions on subsequent pages and on the last page of the quiz.
US authorities have ramped up screening of cargo on passenger and freight-only flights since 9/11. But explosive materials in suspicious packages from Yemen, found aboard two cargo planes, suggest that terrorists might be seeking weak points in the cargo-screening system.
An international effort to track and seize suspicious US-bound packages originating from Yemen has found multiple explosive devices using PETN - the same chemical used by the 2009 Christmas Day bomber.
Reports suggest that suspicious packages from Yemen on two US-bound planes were intended for two unnamed synagogues in Chicago. There are no plans yet to call off any Sabbath services.
Boeing 757 hole: American Airlines flight 1640 was forced to make an emergency landing at Miami airport, Tuesday, after the fuselage of the Boeing 757 ripped open at 31,000 feet.
Obama, appearing at the White House, says Yemen packages bound for synagogues in Chicago contained explosives. Suspicion falls on Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.
President Obama grants waivers to Chad, the Congo, Sudan, and Yemen, which use child soldiers but are strategically important to the US. The waivers mean military aid will continue.
Historians and political scientists will be examining the tea party movement for years. Some are starting to lay out what they see as the philosophical underpinnings of this unique insurgency.
Clint McCance, a school board member in Arkansas, resigns after posting 'hateful' comments about gays on Facebook. But the episode speaks to a deeper clash over gay rights in the rural South.