Sandoval and Reid fight over budget in Vegas
Stimulus, Social Security dominate Colorado debate
Biden helps US Senate candidate raise $100K in Mo.
Biden to join Obama at Pa. rally for 2 big races
Obama battles to hold his old Senate seat for Dems
In Alaska, a first faceoff for 3 Senate candidates
Mo. senator to propose native contracting bill
Obama fires up Dems in Maryland, Chicago
CHICAGO — President Barack Obama on Thursday fought to keep his old Senate seat in Democratic hands as he implored voters to embrace his urgency about the upcoming congressional elections. He said the entire agenda of change he campaigned for in 2008 is at stake even without his name on the ballot.
Top Nevada GOP lawmaker endorses Reid
RENO, Nev. — Veteran state Sen. Bill Raggio, one of Nevada’s most influential Republicans over the last four decades, says he’s reluctantly endorsing Democratic U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s re-election campaign.
Obama urges support for Illinois Senate hopeful
Franken stumps in Delaware for Chris Coons
Trailing NY gov candidate takes to TV to make case
Shake-up at Philly newspapers on eve of court sale
9th Circuit upholds Wash. ban on voting by inmates
Paladino makes TV address in NY governor’s race
Post-election ethics trials set for Rangel, Waters
Judge says SC Senate candidate can stay free
Senate report slams Afghan security contractors
Angle: Muslim law taking hold in parts of US
Pa. Senate candidates split on China trade bill
Democrat Bobby Bright: I won’t support Pelosi
US seeks Arab support on Mideast peace talks
Obama tries to fire up Maryland Democrats
BOWIE, Md. — President Barack Obama on Thursday implored young voters to embrace his urgency about the upcoming congressional elections, saying the entire agenda of change he campaigned for in 2008 is at stake even without his name on the ballot.
Navigating the campaign trail proves tricky in Vt.
Mass. gov. hopeful alleges GOP dirty tricks
Marines in Marjah face full-blown insurgency
Minn. GOP chairman’s ‘quisling’ remark draws fire
Israelis, Palestinians signal deal on settlements
First lady to join Obama for Ohio appearances
Rubio portrayed as extremist in Fla. Senate race
Obama signs pair of intelligence bills into law
US Chamber spends more than $10 million on ads
PANAJI - Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) leader H.D. Kumaraswamy arrived late Thursday night at a five star Goa resort where 14 Karnataka rebel legislators are camping, literally pushed his way through a crowd of angry BJP workers standing guard, and held closed door parleys with the lawmakers.
Biden: Walker skating by with GOP talking points
HYDERABAD - Former bureaucrat and rights activist S.R. Sankaran, who had played a key role as mediator in the first-ever direct peace talks between Andhra Pradesh government and the Maoists in 2004, died here Thursday. He was 78.
Gunmen kill 4 police in Iran’s Kurdish area
Chinese dissident hot bet for Nobel Peace Prize
Sniping and sparring in this year’s debates
Insult time, face to face, in campaign’s debates
GANDHINAGAR - Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the iron man of India, found himself at the centre of a raging controversy Thursday after Chief Minister Narendra Modi announced his dream project of erecting the world’s tallest statue, of Patel, and the Congress took strong objection to it terming it to be a violation of the poll code.
Kyrgyz hopeful for fair elections
BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan — Kyrgyzstan is set to hold parliamentary elections after months of political instability and violence in what many observers hope could be the first ever fair vote in Central Asia.