Joe Biden rained rhetorical punches on his Republican rival Paul Ryan in a fiery vice presidential debate, desperate to make up for his boss Barack Obama's lifeless display last week.
US President Barack Obama lost a five-point lead after last week's debate with Republican rival Mitt Romney, with the two candidates polling even in the three days afterwards, a Gallup poll out Monday has found.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Monday unveiled a foreign policy vision deepening US engagement in West Asia, getting tougher with Iran and Syria.
In a major boost to his re-election bid, Obama raised a whopping $181 mn last month taking the total amount in his kitty to nearly $947 mn so far, nearing the record-breaking billion-dollar mark in the run-up to the polls.
Former GE CEO Jack Welch introduced a new category of anti-Barack Obama conspirators on Friday morning: 'Jobbers', who cooked up job numbers to make the US president look good.
In an attempt to recover from a disappointing presidential debate, President Barack Obama blasted his Republican challenger for not being "the real Mitt Romney" by contradicting his own beliefs.
The Obama campaign came out charging Thursday, determined to deny Mitt Romney the bounce he is sure to get from the Denver debate.
President Barack Obama spent Thursday firing off the lines he missed in his debate with Mitt Romney, clawing at his Republican foe in a bid to deprive him of a well earned polling boost.
Mitt Romney regained momentum in the first debate by aggressively standing up to Barack Obama, analysts said, but it remains to be seen how much he can budge the needle in the White House race.
Mitt Romney needed a good debate to turn around his campaign. And he got it. President Barack Obama needed to make no mistakes. He didn’t, but he gave away the debate. Yashwant Raj reports.
Republican Mitt Romney, looking to jolt his struggling presidential campaign, accused Barack Obama of misrepresenting his positions as the two candidates shared a stage for the first time in a high-stakes presidential debate. Transcript of the debate
Ahead of a crucial presidential debate before the US goes to polls in November, President Barack Obama, who eyes a second term at the White House, is enjoying a minor lead over his Republican rival Mitt Romney, an opinion poll has said.
The debate between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney on Wednesday marks the first time the two candidates will be able to challenge each other directly on the economic issues that have been the focus of the presidential campaign.
Barack Obama has a problem with brevity. He is so professorial, he doesn’t know when to stop. Guess who is calling out the president so publicly, so ruthlessly: his own campaign. Yashwant Raj reports