The president's approval numbers remain basically unchanged despite the scandals.
The contests in South Carolina and Massachusetts might see the "wrong" candidate win.
Mob violence hits the North Side, as murder, culture, and money problems spiral.
Dueling budgets released this week reveal an unbridgeable divide.
Republicans are in better shape than Democrats were following their 2004 debacle.
Chicago's per capita murder rate is three times that of New York City.
It should not be a total shock if Romney wins and carries Ohio to do it. More: Romney Rallies with Huge New Hampshire Crowd
The GOP candidate's electoral horizons have grown considerably since the debate.
The safest prediction one can make is that Barack Obama will win as comfortably among Jewish voters in 2012 as he did in 2008.
Are the pollsters really pulling one over on conservatives to diminish turnout?
Polls following the GOP convention are sending mixed signals about a Romney surge.
The latest polls from Missouri show slippage by Romney and a disaster for Akin.
If this were a hockey game, you could say that Obama is playing with a man advantage.
The prospects for getting rid of the law have never been bleaker.
The president's pander to Hispanics will help him in some battleground states.
Can the president's "fair share" rhetoric sell in 2012?
GOP looks poised to take the Senate and to increase the House lead.
Romney will be outspent and out-organized in all of the swing states.
Will the "Etch A Sketch" stumble be a major roadblock to securing the nomination?
With the conservative vote still split, Romney has an opportunity to break through in the Deep South. See also: Could the South be Newt's Waterloo?