The Alaska governor will meet Alvaro Uribe on Tuesday, a campaign aide says.
Former senator George Allen hails his multicultural audience as "Team America."
President Bush waded at least a little way into the presidential campaign today during remarks at the White House, defending his administration's massive financial rescue plan as benefiting Main Street and offering another endorsement for GOP candidate John McCain.
McCain brought in more than $47 million last month, his campaign tells the FEC.
Reaction to the hotel blast in Pakistan.
A group of Hillary Clinton supporters condemned the National Organization for Women's endorsement of Sens. Barack Obama and Joe Biden earlier this week.
Barack Obama unloaded on John McCain this morning at a rally in Daytona Beach.
The seizure in the financial system that put the markets in turmoil did not begin suddenly, he said: "It grew out of quiet storms you've been feeling in your own lives for years."
The Democratic vice presidential candidate criticizes Republicans for the nation's economic troubles and showcases some of his relatives.
A new poll shows Obama doing about as well with white evangelicals as Kerry did in 2004, despite a more aggressive outreach push.
By Juliet Eilperin On the campaign trail, GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin has declared...
By Ed O'Keefe John McCain's newest Spanish-language television commercial calls out Barack Obama for his...
Obama today endorsed moves in Washington to give the Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve broad authority to stabilize the credit markets, but said those actions should be accompanied by a second stimulus package.
By Robert Barnes GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Republican presidential nominee John McCain elaborated a bit...
Adwatch looks at Sen. John McCain's latest attack on rival Barack Obama for having close ties to failed mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but also details links between those institutions and the McCain campaign.
Republican presidential candidate John McCain offered few new details this morning on how he would respond to the crisis in the nation's financial markets, instead renewing his criticism of Democratic rival Barack Obama's ties to former heads of mortgage giants Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.
Obama offers a qualified endorsement of the efforts by Bush, the Federal Reserve and Congress to deal with the financial market crisis.
By Howard Kurtz The Ad: John McCain admits he doesn't understand the economy. So...
By Howard Kurtz The Ad: Obama has no background in economics. Who advises him?...
Organizers of an anti-Iran rally today withdrew an invitation to Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, indicating that a political dustup over the Republican vice presidential nominee's participation in the Monday event was distracting from the key goal: protesting the appearance of Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmedinejad at the United Nations.
A new radio ad that begins airing in Ohio on Friday employs some key biblical phrases in an attempt to gain support for Barack Obama among the state's Evangelical Christians.
Obama escalated his criticism of McCain over the economy, saying McCain can't decide what he believes.
Sen. John McCain's call for the dismissal of SEC Chairman Chris Cox prompted a direct response from Cox, who said in a statement that he intends to ignore the criticism coming from the campaign trail.
By Perry Bacon, Jr. AKRON,Ohio -- It's Sarah Palin vs. Joe Biden on the campaign...
By Perry Bacon, Jr. AKRON, Ohio -- As he might put, Sen. Joe Biden is...
Republicans struck back at Barack Obama's new Spanish-language TV and radio ads, calling them "offensive and dishonest" in their attempt to tie John McCain to comments by conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh.
McCain said today that he would fire the chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission because of the meltdown on Wall Street.
McCain suggested he would continue President Bush's policy of having cool relations with the government of Spain, despite having made starkly contrasting statements to the Spanish press earlier this year.
By Robert Barnes GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- "John? John?'' Sarah Palin called to John McCain....
"The old boy network? In the McCain campaign, that's called a staff meeting," said Obama today in Elko, Nev.
Gramm and McCain have been hewing to a similar line of late when it comes to talking about the state's economy.
In an effort to get Americans to read their voters' guide, the nation's Roman Catholic bishops announced today that they are giving away a free digital recording device to a randomly-selected person.
New Obama ad airing in Pennsylvania and other battleground states blames McCain for the loss of hundreds of jobs at a Corning plant in State College, Penn.
The McCain campaign condemned the invasion of privacy as some of Palin's private and business e-mails were published online.
Clinton advisers said that the senator did not want to turn the rally, intended to protest Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's appearance at the United Nations, into a political circus by having the two women share the stage.
By Matthew Mosk John McCain's election strategy has for weeks involved an aggressive push for...
Following a shift in message by John McCain, the White House today avoided asserting that the fundamentals of the U.S. economy are strong -- a regular talking point for President Bush and his aides.
The Obama campaign is hoping his proposal Tuesday for a $5 billion Great Lakes restoration program will help some votes flow his way.
The political and economic fundamentals of the nation at this time do not favor McCain's candidacy.
The Obama campaign has released new radio and TV ads in Spanish that seek to tie McCain to anti-immigrant comments made by radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh
Despite perceptions that McCain has spent more time on the attack, Obama aired more negative advertising last week, says a new study.
John McCain and Barack Obama moved quickly to try to frame the debate over the country's economic crisis, releasing new commercials in which the candidates speak directly to voters.
Sarah Palin's late entry into the 2008 campaign, and the highly partisan nature of the race, has made her an Internet phenom of unprecedented proportions.
The Republican vice presidential candidate's scheduled appearance at a rally against the Iranian president means that New York's junior senator will not take part.
By Perry Bacon Jr. Barack Obama and John McCain are both proposing more than $100...
By Perry Bacon, Jr. MEDIA, Penn. -- Perhaps America's most enthusiastic Amtrak rider missed riding...
For his part, McCain said, "Let me tell you, friends, there's no place I'd rather be than here with the hard-working men and women of Ohio.''
McCain's latest ad picks up an Obama turn of phrase.
John McCain continues to pound Obama in Hispanic media, launching a new radio ad in Nevada that the Obama campaign says is full of "lies."
A protestor demonstrates outside one of the homes owned by Republican presidential nominee John McCain...
Today in Washington, a number of high profile unions and groups representing millions of women joined together to throw their support to Obama.
Sen. Barack Obama aves to supporters at a campaign rally at the Colorado School of...
Obama presses McCain on the economy and deregulation while painting him as out of touch.
Top McCain adviser says Palin lacks experience to run a major company.
McCain responded to the crisis on Wall Street today with a fiery populist speech.
A new 30-second message by the liberal group MoveOn.org targets some of McCain's closest associates.
John McCain did not invent the BlackBerry, regardless of a top economic adviser's claim early this morning that he did.
Sen. John McCain on Tuesday proposed a commission to study the economic crisis along the lines of the one that investigated the Sept. 11 attacks.
By Howard Kurtz The Ad: (Graphics:) Sept. 15, 2008. Lehman Bros. Collapses. Markets in...
McCain says the Senate Commerce Committee he sits on oversights the economy, but that is the function of the Senate Banking Committee.
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is unlikely to meet with a special prosecutor looking into whether she or other state officials improperly pushed to punish a trooper, a spokesman for John McCain's presidential campaign announced Monday.
Campaign reports event raised close to $1 million
Since late August, concrete and steel barricades have cordoned off Obama's block and a sizable stretch of the perpendicular streets on either side of it.
By Matthew Mosk Another veteran of the Swift Boat campaign against John Kerry has indicated...
A Denver-area strip club is holding a "Sarah Palin Strip Off."
The McCain campaign has started airing a new Spanish-language television commercial in the battleground states of Colorado, Nevada and New Mexico that lays the failure of comprehensive immigration reform at the feet of Barack Obama and his Democratic colleagues -- despite the fact that Obama supported the bipartisan John McCain-Edward Kennedy efforts to enact such reforms and voted for their final proposal last year.
Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.) speaks at South Lake High School in...
Financial health of the nation roars back to center stage.
By Juliet Eilperin GOLDEN, Colo. -- Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin spoke briefly of the need...
This Barack Obama commercial relies almost entirely on harsh media criticism of John McCain's ads.
Wall Street's economic meltdown prompted sharp exchanges between the presidential campaigns on Monday, as Barack Obama and John McCain sought to appear both tough and empathetic.
Republican presidential nominee John McCain held his first rally without running mate Sarah Palin today, and let's just say there were seats available.
Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain issued statements on the situation in the financial markets this morning.
In excerpts of a planned speech today in St. Clair Shores, Mich., the running mate of Democratic nominee Barack Obama will make good on his promise to be the ticket's attack dog, using his long history with McCain against the senator from Arizona.
Democratic Party launches new "Count the Lies" website targeting McCain.
In Ohio, Hillary Clinton stumps for her former rival, Barack Obama.
By Robert Barnes LOUDON, N.H. -- Sen. John McCain's campaign made sure there was no...
By Zachary A. Goldfarb Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the Republican vice presidential nominee, continued to...
The Obama campaign seized on Rove's comments on Fox News Sunday today to bolster its case that McCain has been lying about Obama's record.
Democrat Barack Obama again shattered the monthly record for presidential fundraising, bringing in $66 million in August.