United States Presidential Election
WASHINGTON - Jettisoning partisan campaign-season rhetoric, if only for a moment, House Republican leader John Boehner said Thursday that both parties bear the blame for "dysfunction in Congress" and urged lawmakers to adopt a cut-as-you-go-rule to curb their appetite for spending on new federal programs.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - His campaign fliers declare him "A Soldier's Congressman." His TV ads feature testimonials from the mother of a Marine.
dOAKLAND, Calif. - California candidate for governor Jerry Brown is apologizing for taking a swipe at fellow Democrat and former President Bill Clinton.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown took a swipe at fellow Democrat and former President Bill Clinton after an 18-year-old video clip of Clinton appeared in a TV attack ad for Brown's current rival.
WASHINGTON - The Democrats are going to lose this fall if voters render judgment on the nation's sputtering economy.
- Obama concedes poor economy threatens Democrats
- Clinton: Dems battling anger, apathy and amnesia
- In Ohio, Obama challenges Republicans on tax cuts
- Obama to pitch trio of economic proposals in Ohio
- Official: Obama to back more business tax breaks
- Sheer number, sour economy favor GOP in govs races
- More Dems buck plan to let taxes increase for rich
- AP-GfK Poll: Most attuned voters tilt toward GOP
- Alaska GOP Sen. Murkowski in jeopardy
- Dems hope money, manpower stem losses
- Obama on the road to promote higher-ed, raise cash
- Poll: A few cracks in Obama's Hispanic support
- Obama's message to voters: Things could be worse