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Obama team hits back hard at Romney over Libya
Obama team hits back hard at Romney over Libya

Top Democrats accused Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney on Sunday of "cravenly" politicizing the deadly attack on the US consulate in Benghazi to further his presidential ambitions.

Obama team hits back hard at Romney over Libya
Obama plays catch-up after lethargic debate
Obama plays catch-up after lethargic debate

President Barack Obama on Thursday landed the verbal blows he missed the previous night in his debate with Mitt Romney, clawing at his Republican foe to stop him gaining a boost in the polls.

Obama plays catch-up after lethargic debate
Romney turns in strong debate performance
Romney turns in strong debate performance

Republican challenger Mitt Romney performed strongly Wednesday in his first presidential debate, putting Barack Obama on the back foot as he reignited hope in his flagging campaign.

Romney turns in strong debate performance
Obama eyes US voters in Arab Spring defense
Obama eyes US voters in Arab Spring defense

President Barack Obama delivered an unapologetic defense of American values and his under-fire Arab Spring policy, speaking to US voters from a world stage at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday.

Obama eyes US voters in Arab Spring defense
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Almaty called to give up cars on September 22

Almaty residents are called to take part in the Car-Free Day global campaign to be held on September 22.

Almaty called to give up cars on September 22
Romney tells Hispanic voters: 'I care for the 100%'
Romney tells Hispanic voters: 'I care for the 100%'

Sounding a note of inclusion and unity that belied tension coursing through the campaign, White House hopeful Mitt Romney told Hispanic voters Wednesday he would be president for "100 percent" of Americans.

Romney tells Hispanic voters: 'I care for the 100%'
National icon keeps campaign guessing ahead of Ghana polls
National icon keeps campaign guessing ahead of Ghana polls

The military shooting range along a windswept beach appears desolate and unassuming, but it is home to a controversial piece of history for Ghana and its former president Jerry Rawlings.

National icon keeps campaign guessing ahead of Ghana polls
Poor US jobs report puts Obama on back foot
Poor US jobs report puts Obama on back foot

Mitt Romney used a terrible US jobs report to hammer President Barack Obama on the economy Friday, leaving the White House incumbent flat-footed on the defining issue of the 2012 race.

Poor US jobs report puts Obama on back foot
Chavez woos voters by raising specter of chaos if he loses
Chavez woos voters by raising specter of chaos if he loses

Never one to mince his words, President Hugo Chavez is warning of instability or even outright civil war in oil-rich Venezuela if he is not re-elected next month.

Chavez woos voters by raising specter of chaos if he loses
'Tested and proven' Obama asks for second term
'Tested and proven' Obama asks for second term

US President Barack Obama Thursday implored Americans to grant him a second term to complete his battered crusade for change, warning of the starkest election choice in a generation.

'Tested and proven' Obama asks for second term
A video screenshot from website of the White House
White House reveals 'Ale to the Chief' beer recipes

Barack Obama promised and Saturday the White House delivered, revealing recipes for the president's official microbrewed honey beers, following an Internet campaign.

White House reveals 'Ale to the Chief' beer recipes
Obama: Romney has no 'single new idea'
Obama: Romney has no 'single new idea'

US President Barack Obama accused Republican foe Mitt Romney on Sunday of failing to offer "a single new idea" and of being a relic of the last century as he revved up a pre-convention tour.

Obama: Romney has no 'single new idea'
Mitt Romney (R) talks to people on the side of the road while looking at damage from Hurricane Isaac. ©REUTERS/Brian Snyder
US campaigns duel over storm-ravaged New Orleans

White House challenger Mitt Romney has toured storm-ravaged New Orleans in a bid to burnish his presidential credentials ahead of his November battle with Barack Obama.

US campaigns duel over storm-ravaged New Orleans
Romney 'birther' line the latest in campaign distractions
Romney 'birther' line the latest in campaign distractions

A social policy debate has dogged Mitt Romney's campaign message, but he caused his own distraction Friday when he dredged up the conspiracy over President Barack Obama's birth certificate.

Romney 'birther' line the latest in campaign distractions
Can a splash of color change image of Republicans?
Can a splash of color change image of Republicans?

A black former top diplomat, a Cuban-born senator, an Indian-American governor -- the speakers list for next week's Republican National Convention reads like a conservative Rainbow Coalition.

Can a splash of color change image of Republicans?
Todd Akin. Photo courtesy of rawstory.com
Furor over Republican's 'legitimate rape' comment

A Republican senatorial candidate triggered a firestorm of criticism Sunday, including a rebuff from Mitt Romney's campaign, after he suggested that "legitimate rape" rarely causes pregnancy.

Furor over Republican's 'legitimate rape' comment
Romney to Obama: take your 'hate' back home
Romney to Obama: take your 'hate' back home

Mitt Romney lashed Barack Obama as "angry and desperate" Tuesday and told him to take his "hate" home to Chicago in an outburst which prompted the president's camp to brand him "unhinged."

Romney to Obama: take your 'hate' back home
Obama: 'I'm no Usain Bolt'
Obama: 'I'm no Usain Bolt'

US President Barack Obama warned supporters Sunday that he was no Usain Bolt, and that his re-election bid would be a fight all the way to the finish line, not an easy jog to victory.

Obama: 'I'm no Usain Bolt'
Romney vows to restore US strength
Romney vows to restore US strength

Republican candidate Mitt Romney vowed to restore American strength and avert "fiscal calamity" Sunday, as his re-energized presidential campaign drew a furious Democratic response.

Romney vows to restore US strength
Egypt army masses troops in tense Sinai
Egypt army masses troops in tense Sinai

Egypt's army massed troops in Sinai on Thursday in a campaign to quell increasingly deadly Islamist militants as Bedouin leaders pledged their help in a meeting with the interior minister.

Egypt army masses troops in tense Sinai