Odds and ends before Barack Obama and Mitt Romney's first meeting
His edge has dropped by 15 percent since the 2008 election as more Arab-Americans identify themselves as independents.
The former Minnesota governor is stepping down as co-chairman of Mitt Romney's presidential campaign.
Judging by a secret recording of an off-the-record speech the presidential candidate delivered to a group of donors, Romney knows little about nuclear weapons and even less about dirty bombs.
Picking Paul Ryan has started just the conversation Mitt Romney promised it would: an essential one about economic policy in America.
Paul Ryan's budget plan will define Mitt Romney, and Joe Biden's early focus on jobs and infrastructure is what President Obama finally embraced.
A State Department official has been on a publicity tour paying tribute to the great working relationship between the Pentagon and State Department -- when it's really the DoD that should be saluting Hillary Clinton and State for their important work.
Margaret Carlson gets the quote of the week for her Bloomberg commentary on Mitt Romney's wealth blind spots.
David Wessel has published a roster of what he calls "digestible morsels" to help Americans better understand what is at play in the federal budget.
Officially, the vice president was sorry for forcing his boss's hand -- but that "apology" never occurred and should never have been fabricated by White House staff.
Harmless, or just another example of the blurred lines between the international and domestic application of U.S. military technology?
The argument for celebrating "July 4th" on July 2nd
The president of the American Federation of Teachers suggests such a test will ease doubts about instruction quality.