A new ad from the conservative group Citizens Against Government Waste takes a not-so-subtle approach to America's growing debt obligation to China.
By Scott Wilson With less than two weeks to go before Election Day, President Obama...
Personal attacks heat up in congressional races and the viral china stimulus ad gets a fact check.
A counterpoint to this morning's article on candidates refusing to talk to the press (and this video of Sharron Angle literally shushing a reporter) -- Kentucky Senate candidate Jack Conway getting irritated in a conversation with CNN:
A new ad from Nevada Republican Sharron Angle goes after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid via President Obama, who is slated to visit Nevada on Friday.
A local Fox News reporter says Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle "shushed" him as she was leaving a campaign event.
By Scott Wilson Denis R. McDonough, a close confidante of President Obama and one of...
Ousted NPR news analyst Juan Williams appeared on ABC's "Good Morning America," and spoke out about his firing.
In an appearance on MSNBC's "The Ed Show," Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was asked about Republican opponent Sharron Angle's comment that Reid needed to "man up."
President Obama recorded a video as part of the "It Gets Better" video series started by Dan Savage.
Our colleagues over at Slate have the latest offering from the animators over at Taiwan's Next Media.
A new ad from Republican Elliot "Spike" Maynard is one in a series that goes after Democrat Nick Rahall, claiming that Rahall has "taken campaign cash from a group with terrorist ties."
By Anne E. Kornblut President Obama will go on a four-city blitz right before election...
A new ad from the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) goes after Nevada Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle claiming that she is "too dangerous to have real power over real people."
By In the Loop columnist Al Kamen In June, when last we checked on our...
Health care attacks, stimulus figures, and a reader fact checks an ad from within his own community paper.
With the news that National Public Radio has fired longtime NPR and Fox News commentator Juan Williams over anti-Muslim comments he made Monday on Fox's "The O'Reilly Factor," some of Williams' Fox colleagues are coming to his defense.
Congressional candidates, political parties, and various interested groups are spending millions on 2010 campaign ads. Please post your views on the ads you've seen and the claims they make in this item's comment thread.
Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell (D) called members of his party "a bunch of wusses" during...
An ad from California gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown (D) goes after Whitman (R) using a familiar tactic: take old footage of your opponent saying one thing, play it alongside footage of unpopular lawmaker saying the same thing, rinse and repeat.
Just in time to ride the wave of national attention surrounding the Chandra Levy murder trial, a spokesman for former Rep. Gary Condit (D-Calif.) told AOL News that the ex-congressman has a tell-all book in the works.
The New York Times is reporting that on his upcoming visit to India, President Obama will not stop at the famous Golden Temple to avoid stoking rumors about his faith.
The midterms are just 13 days away and the airwaves are full of campaign ads that try to persuade you to vote for one candidate and not the other. Candidates are on the attack; negative ads are effective. See what the veteran ad makers have to say about the current campaigns.
The 'Aqua Buddha' ad continues to reverberate, Christine O'Donnell tax ads are examined, and Ezra Klein sees himself in an attack ad.
In a debate with Democrat Chris Coons on Tuesday, Delaware Republican Christine O'Donnell said she supported closing the U.S. borders entirely before any legislative action was taken to combat illegal immigration.
Delaware Senate candidates Chris Coons (D) and Christine O'Donnell (R) met again Tuesday at Widener University's School of Law for a debate over, among other contentious topics, the separation of church and state.
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin offered her latest endorsement via Twitter on Tuesday, but this one might leave voters a little bit confused.
A new ad from the conservative group Latinos for Reform is passing along a clear yet controversial message to Hispanic voters: Don't vote.
In an interview with CNN's John King on Monday, Alaska Senate candidate Joe Miller (R) responded to two recent, related controversies -- the handcuffing of a journalist by private security guards at one of his events and his use of government computers to campaign.
An ad from Kentucky Democratic Senate candidate Jack Conway has nearly dominated campaign ad coverage today.
Nevada political reporter Jon Ralston has unearthed a strange comment from Nevada Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle. "So that's what we want is a secure and sovereign nation and, you know, I don't know that all of you are Latino. Some of you look a little more Asian to me. I don't know that," she told Rancho High School's Hispanic Student Union on Friday. "What we know, what we know about ourselves is that we are a melting pot in this country. My grandchildren are evidence of that. I'm evidence of that. I've been called the first Asian legislator in our Nevada State Assembly." Here's video.