Independent voters are more concerned about the economy.
Four key points from the president's interview with <em>Rolling Stone</em>.
Beneath his cool veneer the US President is at last perceived as being sympathetic.
The libertarian candidate who won't go quietly.
Now that the US is at permanent war with the rest of the world, we are all in the firing line.
The ten must-read opinion pieces from today's US papers.
Three new books by major commentators ask what a planet without US leadership would look like.
"I had a lot more material prepared, but I have to get the secret service home in time for their new
The Republican's with-us-or-against-us rhetoric will endure.
The News Corp head could yet be called by Congress to explain himself.
The party has forgotten that change, if necessary, should be incremental and practical.
Photographs emerge of the 24 year old Colombian woman at the centre of the political row.
Michael Harrington’s war on poverty, 50 years on.
Now that the Republicans have, with enormous reluctance, plumped for Romney, who’s going to win in November? It would be tempting to fall in with the common wisdom that Romney, with so many of his own side hostile towards him, cannot beat the president.
Granted extraordinary access to Pentagon officials, Edward Luce discovered that even they admit the
Republicans block debate on minimum tax rate but polls show public support.
We don't know which is running: the moderate from Massachusetts, or the conservative philosophically
The unlikely ex-contender leaves a permanent mark on the GOP.
The party is finally beginning to accept that Romney is the best it can do.
Should American politicians revisit their assumption that God is necessarily a vote-winner?
Mitt Romney's good week just got better with a coveted endorsement from former Florida governor Jeb Bush.
In the past, whenever Mitt Romney said something stupid, his super PAC would come to the rescue with a money bomb. Attacking his rivals distracted you from whatever dumb thing Romney just said.
The more Santorum raises issues that don't need to be raised, the more Romney looks like the most re
The Prime Minister must hope against hope that Obama wins in November.
Rick Santorum’s victories in Alabama and Mississippi might spell the end for Newt Gingrich.
Only one of the two leaders is stimulating the global recovery.
50 per cent of US voters say that Obama's presidency has been a failure.
The frontrunner-by-default has just about got through this crucial test. But he is still failing to
Victory over Santorum in Arizona and Michigan means the Republican candidate is almost unassailable.