Meet Salam al-Marayati, 9/11 Truther and Hamas-supporter.
The candidate delivers a "confident" foreign policy address as the polls get better and better. Also read: Romney Jumps to Lead in Another Poll
The national security threat is too great — and the House probe could also bring charges for immigration violations, bribery and corruption, and copyright infringement.
Or do they wish to stay in dreamland?
No conspiracy theories needed.More: Tea Party Congresswoman: Labor Stats Speak for Themselves, Cooked or Not
Refreshingly, Romney never talks about his history of kindness in deed.
There is similar magical thinking by the Obama administration in Guatemala.
Sudan's three ongoing wars are the direct results of feckless U.S. policy.
Following violent Muslim reactions to the amateurish Innocence of Muslims video, international and domestic Islamic agendas are openly converging with vehement calls for universal application of Islamic blasphemy law.
Victor Davis Hanson reviews Kimball’s new book, The Fortunes of Permanence: Culture and Anarchy in an Age of Amnesia.
PJM covers Obama rally: The president whips up a swing-state crowd with the attack lines — and attitude — he wishes he had on Wednesday.
Conventional wisdom turned upside down: massive drops in registered Democrats and independents in Cuyahoga County will be tough for the president to overcome.
Ryan is still on the ballot to keep his House seat. Strategist Paul Wilson must win this second campaign, while hoping Ryan can’t take the job.
Do current conditions make polling meaningless?
Dr. Jonathan Spyer reports following a visit to rebel territory. Also read: Syrian jihadists fighting Assad regime fracture over taking of sex slaves
The energy sector is in danger of collapsing.
The expensive, useless technology may drive gun plants out of New York and Connecticut.
Rep. Rob Bishop (R-Utah) talks with PJM: Environmental rules keep agents out of vehicles and give cartels the run of the territory.
A prominent Christian pastor glad-hands Egyptian President Morsi while ignoring the plight of Egyptian Copts.
The Venezuelan election will have ramifications throughout Latin America and beyond. (You can read this article in Spanish here.)
But was the president's bland, dispassionate performance actually part of a campaign strategy?
Live from CPAC Colorado in Denver — with a possible surprise guest or two.
The news comes amidst new revelations about Operation Fast and Furious. Also from Bob Owens: The Opening Statement I’d Have Romney Make Tonight
The pundits and surrogates did their best to manage expectations relating to the upcoming presidential debates. What do President Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney need to do to win the debates? Find out on this edition of Hair of the Dog.
Carney says the OMB guidance was "absolutely not" political, but GOP goes after "outrageous" advice to ignore law with taxpayer dollars promised to cover the costs.