Romney ran on his business record, but Obama's campaign proved itself more adept at the very skills that make corporations run effectively.
Memories from the late senator's 1972 presidential campaign.
As a core campaign tactic, lying is nothing new.
We have the technology to easily capture -- through sight and sound -- the parents and grandparents on whose shoulders we all stand. Don't wait too long.
The U.S. is preparing to withdraw from Afghanistan over the next year, but may leave a corrupt and highly dysfunctional country in its wake.
A report by former FBI director Louis Freeh confirms Graham Spanier's "total disregard" for Jerry Sandusky's victims.
After scandals at Barclays and GlaxoSmithKline, it's clear that a no-regulation approach to markets won't work.
Augustus Saint-Gaudens's masterful statues allow Americans to come face to face with Lincoln, Sherman, and other legendary figures as they stroll through city parks
The vice president overstepped the boundaries of his office by putting President Obama in a politically sensitive situation.
A new book offers some insight into the inner life of the world-famous golfer—but not enough.
Rupert Murdoch might not survive this latest episode in the UK tabloid hacking scandal
Revelations that the company may have hushed up evidence of kickbacks to Mexican officials could drag down past and present executives.
The CEO knows that his privacy rights are overwritten by the importance of his company.
Hard questions still exist about whether a new indictment will make any difference.
Greg Smith, a former Goldman Sachs executive, marked his exit with a public condemnation of his employer. Here's why he missed the opportunity to hit them even harder.
Justice Kennedy is often the deciding vote in divisive 5-4 decisions. A new nomination could strip him of this role and steer the court sharply left or right.
The investigation into 300 million emails has the media chief's support, but it could do more damage to him and his empire than anything that's come before.
Each nation has its own unique history and culture and meaningful change can only start from within, but the U.S. can help.
How the opaque and increasingly powerful organizations are shaping the future of American elections -- and how they might be stopped.
The upcoming Spielberg feature 'War Horse' tells one compelling tale, but it misses the larger one about cavalry's role in World War I