Chinese, Japanese leaders meet in Europe amid spat
Former Colorado governors quiz candidates
GLENDALE, Colo. — Two former Colorado governors have given their possible replacements a public job interview and have come out with their recommendations after questioning all three about their ability to lead the state.
Del. Senate candidate O’Donnell: ‘I’m not a witch’
NJ governor rallies fellow Republicans in Iowa
Parker, Spitzer aim for ideological center on TV
11 countries seek voice in AZ immigration appeal
Vt. police release video of Dem, not Republican
Blumenthal, McMahon trade jabs at Conn. debate
Skeletons, dirt _ it’s the election’s homestretch
Obama makes a TV pitch for House candidate in La.
Pa. Dem. running for governor opens attack website
A first for Lima: elected female mayor
LIMA, Peru — A moderate leftist who gained renown as a human rights advocate consolidated what remained a narrow lead Monday over her pro-business rival. Whoever wins, Lima will have its first elected female mayor ever.
Rand Paul: Medicaid has turned into welfare
Biden stumps for Dem incumbent in Ohio gov race
Ill. governor: Education is solution to deficit
Court upholds deportation of Nobel laureate
Closing arguments held at NYC temple plot trial
Nevada GOP Senate nominee trashes party on tape
Sestak calls on Obama to assess war on al-Qaida
Officials from 5 states fight unlimited spending
US working to accept exiled Cuban prisoners
Israel court upholds deportation of Nobel laureate
New high court era: Kagan makes 3 women on bench
Egypt’s journalists accuse government of crackdown
Alaska Senate candidate opposes fed minimum wage
Challenger slams Texas gov over campaign donors
Conn. Senate race heats up ahead of first debate
UEFA finalizes schedule for Euro 2012
MINSK, Belarus — European soccer’s governing body finalized the schedule for the 2012 European Championship on Monday, seemingly relieving fears that all eight venue cities would not be ready to host games.
Tea Party Express returns to Alaska with ads, show
5 Germans said killed in Pakistan missile strike
NEW DELHI - The Congress Monday termed the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) allegation about theft of its online identity as juvenile and bankrupt”, and denied having received any notice from the opposition party.
Democrat Feingold runs ad touting health care vote
BRASILIA - The coalition that backs Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is set to have a two-thirds majority in the Senate in January.
NEW DELHI - The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Monday told the Election Commission that it should evolve a mechanism to ensure that a voter using the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) gets confirmation about his choice of vote.
O’Donnell said China plotting to take over US
Weekly Address: President Obama Lauds Clean Energy Projects as Key to Creating Jobs and Building a Stronger Economy
Former lawmakers urge less partisan rhetoric
Egypt’s journalists decry media crackdown
CAIRO — Egypt’s Journalists’ Union has accused the government of cracking down on the press after the closing of two popular talk shows ahead of parliamentary elections.