Potential Obama running mate to assess situation after border conflict.
Almost doubles McCain's haul for the month
Approached by a reporter at an event and asked about Corsi's book, McCain replied: "Gotta keep your sense of humor."
Obama campaign says the RNC "attacks hamburgers, moviegoers and ice cream cones! Puppies and kittens feared to be next!"
T. Boone Pickens, the oilman turned environmental crusader, today met with Republican presidential nominee John McCain and was the featured guest on a conference call with Senate Majority Leader Harry S. Reid.
McCain and Obama release dueling ads over Ohio DHL deal.
By Krissah Williams Thompson The spotlight on the campaign trail this weekend will turn to...
New Christian PAC to air pro-Obama spot during religious forum.
By Dan Balz Barack Obama returns to action Saturday after a week's vacation for a...
Democrats continued to pound Sen. John McCain for his association with former Christian Coalition director Ralph Reed, who last week lent his name to an upcoming fundraiser for the Republican nominee.
John McCain learns that gas is no longer $4 in Aspen -- it's $5.10.
McCain finished July with about $21 million in the bank, after raising $27 million.
By Jonathan Weisman Just a day after Sen. Barack Obama put the finishing touches...
By Robert Barnes ASPEN, Colo. -- For a time today, the Straight Talk Express returned,...
McCain political director says Virginia should no longer be considered a Republican stronghold.
A new 60-second radio ad paid for by the Republican Party of New Mexico cites Barack Obama's "bitter" comments from early April while attacking his energy proposals.
Former Sen. Phil Gramm, the lawmaker-turned-lobbyist who was unceremoniously sent to the cooler by his friend, Sen. John McCain for saying that the recession was "mental," appeared in Aspen with the GOP nominee today.
A book by conservative author Jerome R. Corsi called "The Obama Nation" has risen to the top of best-seller lists even as many of his allegations against Obama have been disproved by media outlets.
Staff attorneys for the Federal Election Commission have recommended that the commissioners accept Sen. John McCain's position that he was legally entitled to withdraw from public matching funds during the primary.
By Michelle Boorstein This may be a first for a presidential campaign: A debate about...
The antiwar left does not want Obama to pick Bayh as his running mate.
Obama said he would set the tax rates paid on most dividends and capital gains at 20 percent, substantially below where they stood during most of President Clinton's presidency and lower than most Republicans expected.
Report says that Obama received nearly six times as much money from troops deployed overseas as McCain.
Are we about to get Round 2 of the Huckabee-Romney slugfest?
Legendary tough guys John McCain and Clint Eastwood got together Wednesday night when they discovered they were staying in the same hotel in Birmingham, Mich., a suburb of Detroit.
Jamie Smith is becoming the communications director for Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.V.).
With the man he pops as presumptuous taking R&R in Hawaii this week, McCain did all he could this week to look like President McCain, emphasizing his experience and foreign policy expertise.
The groups allege that Wal-Mart engaged in unlawful federal election activity by using mandatory meetings to discuss political issues and candidates.
After two negative attack ads on John McCain, the latest ad is all about Obama, with light music and imagery of a nation at work.
The Obama and Clinton teams are preparing to make a joint announcement.
Former secretary of state throws cold water on speculation that he would attend Denver confab and also endorse Obama.
McCain staff said the visit was for an injured wrist, after an enthusiastic supporter shook her hand too hard.
Clintons, Obama send prayers to injured Arkansas Democratic Party chairman.
Sen. John McCain resumed his tour of the contested Midwest today with fundraisers and a tour of a defense contractor outside Detroit.
By Jonathan Weisman The Ad: Economics ... by John McCain. Support George Bush 95...
Akers outlines the Democratic National Convention party highlights.
The mayor of Macon, Ga., explains why his generation of Baby Boomers is warm on Obama.
Va. Gov. Tim Kaine, Richmond Mayor L. Douglas Wilder and former Va. governor Mark Warner...
By Alec MacGillis Barack Obama, meet Ellen Page. Left-leaning opponents of abortion rights are hailing...
John McCain to hold a fundraiser with Ralph Reed, whose career his investigations helped undo.
Features Jim Leach, Lincoln Chafee and Rita Hauser.
McCain offers Saakashvili the support of the American people.
If John McCain's campaign were looking for strategic advice for the fall campaign against Barack Obama, they could click on the Atlantic Monthly's web site.
Logistics work against John McCain's message in Pennsylvania.
The Atlantic Monthly releases 130 internal Clinton campaign e-mails.
John Edwards hid his other woman in plain sight on 2006 his presidential announcement tour.
Obama interrupts his vacation in Hawaii to issue statement on the Russian attacks in Georgia.
A roundup of the latest from the investigations desk.
The Va. Obama campaign is aiming to register 150,000 voters in the state, on top of the roughly 142,000 new voters who registered in 2008 by the end of primary season.
McCain stumps in Pennsylvania with Tom Ridge.
The data suggest that Obama would still have won the Iowa caucuses even if Edwards were not in the race.
John McCain continues tough talk about Russia.
In a campaign first, Barack Obama announces that he'll announce his vice presidential selection to supporters via text message.
By Robert Barnes Sen. Barack Obama's campaign announced yesterday that his wife, Michelle, will be...