Republican nominee Mitt Romney is expected to deliver a speech outlining his foreign policy plan Monday. Meanwhile, President Barack Obama will be fundraising in California, and Vice President Joe Biden and Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan prepare for the vice presidential debate on Thursday.
Both Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama campaigned in Ohio on Wednesday. With Obama gaining more and more of an edge in the polls, Romney tried to appeal to voters, telling them he cares about all Americans.
President Obama had to reassess his view of what caused the attack in Libya that killed US Ambassador Christopher Stevens, raising questions about whether the White House has a solid grasp on the angry convulsions rocking the Middle East.
Myanmar democracy activist, Aung San Suu Kyi, one of the world's most prominent political prisoners of the past two decades, is scheduled to meet Wednesday with President Obama, and will be presented with a Congressional Gold Medal.
GOP candidate Romney says he's paid at least 13 percent in taxes every year for a decade. In 2011, he made about $21 million. Middle income families, making from $50,000 to $75,000 a year, average 12.8 percent.