Senior White House adviser David Plouffe, who managed President Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign, accepted a $100,000 speaking fee from an affiliate of a company doing business with Iran.
Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney's plan to cut taxes and get the economy back on track would hurt the poor, a non-partisan think tank said, sparking a furious political debate.
Bill Clinton will sprinkle his political stardust on President Barack Obama's re-election bid by giving the nominating address at the Democratic Party convention.
The recent run of negative ads in the US presidential race may be backfiring on both President Barack Obama and his Republican adversary Mitt Romney.
US President Barack Obama and his rival Mitt Romney suspended campaigning Friday out of respect for the victims of a shocking shooting at a Colorado movie theater that left 12 people dead.
President Hugo Chavez has a more than 15-point lead on his main rival ahead of Venezuela's October presidential vote, according to the latest survey from pollster Datanalisis.
Mitt Romney's campaign team stoked speculation Thursday about who his vice presidential candidate will be as one report said Condoleezza Rice was a surprise name near the top of his list.
Firebrand Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez insisted Monday that he is "totally" cancer-free and ready to take on what promises to be a tough re-election battle without "physical restrictions."
French police searched Nicolas Sarkozy's offices and home Tuesday as part of their probe into suspected illegal financing of his successful 2007 presidential election campaign.
Kazakhstan will take part in Earth Hour ecological campaign for the fourth time.
Almaty women were offered to exchanged their cigarettes for flowers.
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