A new poll of voters in Virginia, a key swing state, shows that President Obama is widening his lead in a hypothetical matchup with Mitt Romney. Romney's big problem: women.
Robert De Niro joke took place at a fundraiser for President Obama with first lady Michelle Obama on Monday night. The Gingrich campaign, for one, has taken exception.
A new PPP poll survey found 7 percent of the US public are more inclined to vote for Mitt Romney as a result of the dog-on-the-roof episode, but Obama is considered a better president for dogs.
Rick Santorum needs to pull an upset in Illinois – an unlikely prospect given latest polls – and win in other winner-take-all primaries to push Mitt Romney to a brokered Republican Party convention.
Ron Paul has about $1.6 million in the bank, according to the FEC, whereas he spent $5 million in January. It’s easy to think that this month he has to raise more, spend less, or dive into the red.
In a Pew national poll, President Obama leads Mitt Romney by 20 points among women voters and leads Rick Santorum by 26 points. Pew president Andrew Kohut spoke about the poll at a Monitor breakfast.
American presidents often play up their Irish heritage – however distant that may be – to attract votes. But who is the 'most Irish' president? It may not be who you think.
George Clooney was arrested Friday during a protest designed to draw attention to conditions in Sudan. With his star power, Clooney might just succeed.
The Obama campaign is holding screenings of 'The Road We’ve Traveled' across the US on Thursday night. The film’s director is Academy Award winner Davis Guggenheim.
Rick Santorum needs a big boost in the delegate count to catch up to Mitt Romney, and it's not clear that a Newt Gingrich exit would deliver it.
A Pew Research poll released Wednesday has some good news and some bad news for Mitt Romney, the day after his third-place finishes in the Alabama and Mississippi primaries.
Ron Paul received the most votes in the US Virgin Islands caucuses over the weekend, but Mitt Romney got more pledged delegates.
With Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum splitting the conservative vote, polls put Mitt Romney right in the thick of it in both Alabama and Mississippi.