A strong majority of Americans say President Obama would do a better job than Mitt Romney handling an alien invasion, according to a new survey.
Forget Democrat vs. Republican. How about Chocolate Chip vs. Oatmeal Raisin? Political preferences are but one way to choose a White House occupant.
Politicians like to use sports references as a way to connect with voters. But a botched line can be perilous.
The president raked in at least $3 million for his reelection bid during a trip to Boston on Monday. Though Mitt Romney was governor of Massachusetts, Obama leads him there in fundraising and in the polls.
If President Obama's lead among Hispanic voters widens further as a result of Monday's Supreme Court ruling on the Arizona immigration law, it could shift the entire electoral map.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R) of Florida, speaking June 21 at a Monitor breakfast, defended Mitt Romney's support for a robust legal immigration system, while acknowledging he 'doesn't have a ... bill.'
Does a new survey really imply that most Americans don't think the election has a significant influence on the economy? A closer look at poll results hints at an electorate knowledgeable about how government works.
The political fight over 'Fast and Furious' has escalated dramatically. Republicans say it could be as serious as the Watergate break-in 40 years ago that brought down Richard Nixon. Democrats call it a politically motivated fishing expedition designed to embarrass Obama.