"Now we have weather on steroids."
Romney is running for Bush's third term.
How will it affect the rest of us?
Congress must overcome its partisan rifts.
The US car industry went into a tailspin in 2008 just as Barack Obama was preparing to take office. His prompt action to save it — and Mitt Romney’s callous counter-proposals — may just win him this year’s election.
Volunteers have made heroic efforts, but why didn't the evacuation start earlier?
A Romney victory would greatly increase the chances of war with Iran, embolden the most reactionary elements in Israel and further accelerate climate change.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Lena Dunham, and Lucas Gray have all produced videos in support of the president.
But if I’m honest, I can’t tell you where that conviction comes from.
Will Trump take up the offer? (No.)
If Obama can maintain a lead among young, white women in Ohio, he can win.
More uses of "freedom" than "liberty", and none at all for "eurozone".
Nicky Woolf liveblogs tonights debate.
In the same week that the Florida Supreme Court rejects the appeal of an inmate with schizophrenia, now due to be executed Monday, Texas death row lawyer David R. Dow explains why he continues to fight these losing battles.
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney debate in Hempstead, New York.
Verdict: a win for Obama has Romney imploded over Libya.
Adam Taylor got a month's readers in a day thanks to a link from the Drudge Report. But, he wonders, is the Conservative icon's power waning?
The second presidential debate will focus on the economics of the middle classes, writes CAP's Heather Boushey.
Chinese bellicosity in the near seas could usher in a new era of instability.
Yes, "it's the economy, stupid" is true, but other issues are influencing voters counter-intuitively, too.
The US presidential candidate wishes the former PM a happy 87th birthday.
US voters are more socially liberal and increasingly concerned with "fairness", rather than simply "freedom".
Starting at 2am BST, a live stream of Joe Biden and Paul Ryan's debate.
Our US blogger Nicky Woolf is live-blogging the vice-presidential debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan.
The novelist A M Homes grew up in late-1960s Washington DC amid race riots and the sexual revolution. Here, she remembers a city like no other.
Until the 1980s, American conservatives used to pride themselves on being no-nonsense, hard-headed pragmatists with their feet firmly planted on the ground. Let others dream of utopia; they would stick to the cold facts.
An educational system that has historically been set up to reinforce inequalities will take a lot of work to dismantle, says Lola Adesioye.