Barack Obama has only two years left in office but he is not ready to slow down.
Brazilian President must now deliver on her pledge to crack down on corruption or be dogged by the scandals that nearly derailed her campaign.
Brazil's leftist President Dilma Rousseff called for national unity after winning reelection in a bitterly fought race that divided the country.
Brazilian football idol Neymar voiced support for presidential challenger Aecio Neves, just three days before this weekend's election run-off.
Brazil's leftist President Dilma Rousseff is gaining ground over center-right challenger Aecio Neves.
Two new polls showed incumbent Dilma Rousseff fractionally ahead of rival Aecio Neves in a race that is still too close to call.
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff fell ill at the end of a tense and at times bitter televised debate Thursday with challenger Aecio Neves.
President Vladimir Putin accused US counterpart Barack Obama of a hostile attitude towards Russia, warning against "attempts to blackmail" Moscow.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko in Milan on Friday, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said.
Hillary Clinton hits the campaign trail to support a Democratic Senate hopeful, one of several events that could offer sneak peeks at her 2016 presidential aspirations.
Mozambique heads to the polls a tough test for Frelimo, the party that has ruled the resource-rich country since independence in 1975.
Nationalist candidates of Bosnia's Croats, Muslims and Serbs were ahead in the race for the country's tripartite presidency.
President Barack Obama is considering shutting Guantanamo and transferring its terror-suspect detainees to US soil.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un apparently missed a key political event, extending a month-long absence.
Turkish President Recep vowed that the peace process with Kurdish rebels would not be derailed by "sabotage".
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett said Tuesday he would bet money on Hillary Clinton becoming the next president of the United States.
Brazilian President is set to face Social Democrat Aecio Neves in a run-off election, leaving popular environmentalist Marina Silva out of the race.
Brazil's presidential elections are likely to be the closest in a generation, but polls suggest leftist incumbent Dilma Rousseff will secure a second term after a run-off.
Hillary Clinton, widely expected to run for the US presidency in 2016, had a grandmotherly glow as she encouraged women to take risks.
Former finance minister Ashraf Ghani was declared Afghanistan's next president.