Obama sees potential in traditional red states such as Virginia, Colorado, and North Carolina. McCain looks to target blue states including Pennsylvania and Michigan.
He'll no longer head vice-presidential search committee, a casualty of what DNC Chairman Dean had called 'a Republican-planted story.'
A spike in the number of 'underinsured' adults since 2003 startles healthcare experts.
Readers write about US withdrawal from Iraq, nationality in hockey, and balancing sports with academics.
The US-German relationship is perhaps the clearest example of improving ties since the Iraq war began.
Presidential candidates have very different views on how to handle taxes, jobs, home foreclosures, and fuel prices.
Proposal to extend America's military role years into the future meets lawmaker resistance, from Washington to Baghdad.
Having 'been there' themselves, Vietnam veterans are better able to listen to and counsel younger vets troubled by their combat experience.