Is it October yet? The damning, campaign-squashing surprises that send US Presidential candidates to their doom traditionally break in the month before the election, but Mitt Romney is facing a monumental challenge now.
US President Barack Obama declared that the occupant of the White House must "work for everyone, not just for some," jabbing back at Republican rival Mitt Romney's jarring statement that as a candidate, he doesn't worry about the 47% of the country that pays no income taxes.
Two Republican US Senate candidates in close races disowned Mitt Romney's "47%" comments on Tuesday, signaling concern about the impact of his words on Republican fortunes beyond the presidential race.
Americans are feeling markedly better about the country's future and about Barack Obama's job performance, but the President's re-election race against Republican Mitt Romney remains neck-and-neck as Election Day in November creeps ever closer, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll.
US President Barack Obama invoked blue-collar workers on Tuesday to contrast himself with his Republican challenger Mitt Romney but later, he rubbed shoulders with a well-heeled crowd at a fundraiser in an elegant nightclub.
The surreptitious video recording of a fundraiser held for Republican Mitt Romney in May provided a rare glimpse of how he views supporters of President Barack Obama - as government dependents.
US Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney told donors that Palestinians "have no interest" in peace with Israel and suggested that efforts at Mideast peace under his administration would languish, according to comments captured on newly released video of his private remarks to wealthy donors.
The grandson of former US President Jimmy Carter says he persuaded the source who secretly taped Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney at a private fundraiser to release the full video to the media.
US President Barack Obama castigated Republican rival Mitt Romney as unprepared to conduct international diplomacy on Thursday, accusing him of having insulted top ally Britain.
Chanting, cheering and moved to tears, 15,000 faithful Democrats welcomed the return of the "Comeback Kid" as Bill Clinton reveled once again in the spotlight of a heated presidential campaign.
US President Barack Obama today implored Americans to grant him a second term to complete his battered crusade for change, warning of the starkest election choice in a generation.
Michelle Obama declared life experiences "make you who you are" in a convention pitch Tuesday to US voters that set up stark contrasts between her husband and wealthy rival Mitt Romney.
Mitt Romney used a terrible US jobs report to hammer President Barack Obama on the economy, leaving the White House incumbent flat-footed on the defining issue of the 2012 race.