That's not up to him to decide, really, is it?
The secretary of state blasts Anne-Marie Slaughter's Atlantic article about women in the workplace.
A new report reveals the local Libyans it hired weren't armed and didn't have security experience.
Romney's turn of phrase wasn't just a Tumblr waiting to be born, it was an insight into his views on the importance of promoting women.
The president wins his rematch with Mitt Romney by knocking him off his game on Libya, of all things.
Between his boys and his body man, who needs the press?
Before you watch the foreign-policy portion of the presidential debate Tuesday, you must read the State Department's riveting tale of heroism in Benghazi.
His use of a very restricted "we" in talking about Libya sure seems to point a finger at Foggy Bottom.
A man elected to the U.S. Senate at age 29 should be quite familiar with the young vice-presidential contender's unique mix of cockiness, competence, ambition, and nerves.
The Democrat from Missouri has enlisted three survivors to help press her case against Todd Akin.
The former president laid into Mitt Romney in a humorous take-down of his debate persona during an appearance in Las Vegas Tuesday.
Republicans seem thrilled the president's reelection campaign keeps bringing up Big Bird and the debate that bounced Romney into the lead in polls.
Gallup polling shows that two in three Americans watched the first presidential debate -- and 72 percent of them think Mitt Romey won it.
Big Bird is too big to fail. Romney should have picked on someone his own size.
Birthers and truthers, meet the new kids in town: defenders of Big Bird.
Did the Drudge-driven brouhaha over Obama's "Quiet Riot" speech unsettle him before the debate? One conservative considers the question.
Once again, the man who once captured the imaginations of millions delivered an emotionless appeal.
The first presidential debate will cover weighty matters. But it will also have a lot of predictable throat-clearing. Here are some examples.
A swing-state advertisement suggests Romney will get rid of the mortgage interest deduction, the child care tax credit and tax savings for college tuition.
Presidential elections are decided in the first-person plural and the second person. Anyone operating in the third person is in trouble.