President Obama won the women’s vote four years ago, and he’ll need to again to win reelection, given Mitt Romney’s strength among male voters. Here are some of the women’s issues on which the candidates differ.
Yes, they have become costly infomercials. But political conventions can clarify – and sometimes even electrify.
Every year, Internet access via broadband becomes available to millions more Americans, up from 92 percent last year to 94 percent, a recent report shows. Rural and tribal areas are the outliers.
Campaigning in Michigan, Mitt Romney quipped that no one has ever asked to see his birth certificate – a nod to anti-Obama 'birthers.' But what was he doing in Michigan?
Despite the gaffes, what's striking about the presidential race heading into the Republican National Convention is its stability. Obama is holding ground, despite the lackluster economy.