Rick Perry has overseen more executions than George "the Texecutioner" Bush.
Cameron's measures risk "long-term damage to Britain’s already fraying social compact".
Rick Perry, who hopes to be the GOP's 2012 presidential candidate, has the support of a third of Rep
US President has embarked on a three day tour of Midwestern states.
At least you can't say the Republican contest is turning out to be dull.
"The most important, meaningless event in the political cycle."
In-fighting wins out as the presidential race accelerates.
Fox News asks Michele Bachmann whether she would submit to her husband if elected president.
As Perry signals his presidential intent, some say he’s just “too Texan” to make it.
Only 58.1 per cent of the US population is in work, the lowest level since 1983.
The President is keeping it low-key as the focus moves to the next potential crisis: jobs.
Jon Stewart lambasts both Barack Obama and the Tea Party over debt ceiling agreement.
Obama puts tax rises back on the table - but will his words be matched with action?
The immediate crisis has been averted, but the president has capitulated on nearly all of his key de
US president announces deal that will raise debt ceiling and slash spending by trillions.
What the American papers have to say about the on-going political crisis.
The current crisis threatens to derail the global economy, as well as Barack Obama's presidency.
The President is staying firmly on the sidelines, in the face of another potential financial crisis.
Republicans are demanding deficit reduction through spending cuts alone - but the Bush-era tax cuts
The US shock jock says it is "disturbing" that Utoya youth camp, where 68 were murdered, was focused
A discussion with John Oliver of <em>The Daily Show</em> about UK and US humour.
The Daily Show presenter isn't impressed by "some idiot" who "tried to pie Murdoch".
A fascinating profile of Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg raises important questions about women in the wo
Murdoch denies he is going to sell up and hits out at Gordon Brown in his first interview since the
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Jon Stewart reacts to the News of the World scandal. "Oh my God, my balls just crawled back up into