Because gaffes never matter -- until, of course, they do.
Mitt Romney says citizens who don't pay income tax will never vote for him. But eight of the top 10 states with the highest number of nonpayers are red states.
A mashup recaps the controversy over the president's remark -- with a sampled Rick James bass line to boot.
Unless Congress reaches a deal before January, the budget is slated to be cut with a blunt axe. Here's how the cuts will work.
The former Michigan governor sported a fluffy shirt and a fluffier hairdo as she was courted by three eligible bachelors.
Places with a high density of beer-makers are also more likely to vote Democratic. Do they hold the key to Obama's reelection hopes?
Labor disputes are always contentious, but tying one's adversaries to Nickelback is never an acceptable tactic.
Obama gets a boost from a Republican and the vice president gets friendly with a leather-clad woman.
The former congresswoman was a surprise guest in Charlotte, offering her party an emotional moment.
At the Democratic National Convention, the Mountain State's delegates vow to fight on for him anyway.
Obama backer Kal Penn insists there's no deficit of excitement from 2008 -- but the data says otherwise. Why aren't young voters more fired up?
He has yet to win over Americans, but residents of San Antonio say their young mayor is the real deal.
Democrats face a difficult challenge in responding to the question, a well-worn but still devastating attack for any incumbent.
The best of the official and unofficial campaign gear on display for the Democratic convention
The San Antonio mayor, a rising star in his party, has been touted as the next Barack Obama.
The movement is still fuming that the Democratic National Convention is in a right-to-work state. It's just one piece of a tough year for labor.
A photo circulating online, allegedly from the RNC, turns out to be a fake.
The president answered questions on the popular social media site Wednesday afternoon. Here's what he had to say.
The president's campaign tries and fails to make a snappy infographic about entitlements.
A clever gimmick allows Republicans to highlight their central indictment of Barack Obama's presidency.