When President Obama arrived in Mumbai on Saturday, many Indian commentators on television debates wondered if he would echo India's concerns on the issues of outsourcing as well as terrorism or if he would assure that Indians receive a permanent seat on the U.N. Security Council.
As President Obama toured Mumbai and paid tribute to Gandhi, some Indian activists were hopeful he would also acknowledge the contributions of lesser-known freedom fighter B.R. Ambedkar.
Dozens of American business leaders mingled with Indian business executives over finger sandwiches at Mumbai's U.S.-India Business Council summit, where President Obama spoke on Saturday night. But the star of the morning was Arya Ika, a 7-year-old Indian American in a sharp business suit and red tie, who hopes to become the president of the United States as the "Indian Obama."
The first business delegation that President Obama met in Mumbai on Saturday was that of about a dozen Indian entrepreneurs, working on such issues as health care and solar energy.
MSNBC host Keith Olberman made campaign contributions to Democrats, one of whom appeared on his program, "Countdown with Keith Olbermann."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will run for Democratic leadership again, despite concerns from some in her party that over the thousands of campaign commercials that helped turn her into one of the nation's most unpopular politicians. "Driven by urgency of creating jobs&protecting #hcr #wsr SocSec&Mcare I am running for DemLeader," Pelosi wrote on her Twitter account.
On Thursday, Rep. John Boehner sat down with ABC's Diane Sawyer and discussed a variety of topics, from his position on the tax cuts and his relationship with President Obama to his personal history and his tendency to get emotional.
Sarah Palin has used her twitter account for a variety of things, including endorsements of key candidates during the 2010 midterm elections. But, and stay with us here, Palin's account features a retweet of an Ann Coulter tweet that links to the photo of a sign calling Obama a "Taliban Muslim."
Which lawmaker had what job in a previous life?
Election 2010: Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman give speeches after losing in their bids to represent California.
Candidates in the 2010 midterm elections broke the news of their wins and losses on Twitter. Here we aggregate those Twitter messages from candidates in key races.
O'Donnell concession speech. Coons victory speech.
House Republican Conference Chairman Mike Pence (R-Ind.), now the No. 3 GOP leader, has announced...
Today at noon, Join reporters Dan Balz (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/11/02/AR2010110207506.html?hpid=topnews) and Karen Tumulty (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/11/02/AR2010110207118.html?hpid=topnews) for a 30-minute live video segment on what happened last night and what it means going forward.
Now that the 2010 midterms are over and Democrats have lost control of the House of Representatives and a handlful of Senate seats, who is most to blame?
Republicans took control of the House on Tuesday and made gains in the Senate...
Andrew Cuomo delivers his concession speech live.
Rand Paul delivers his victory speech live.
Marco Rubio delivers his victory speech live.
We are getting reactions from candidates and elected officials to the victories and losses of their preferred candidates. We'll be updating this post as we get them.
Sharron Angle filed a complaint alleging voter fraud against Harry Reid's campaign.
Figuring out where to vote, finding out who the candidates are and trying to sift some facts from fiction. Here are answers to some of the pre-election questions you may have.
Today's ad of the day is not one ad but a series of attack ads in Alaska, where Republican write-in candidate Lisa Murkowski is getting pummeled from the left and the right as she seeks to keep her seat in the Senate.
Sarah Palin is pushing back hard on a Politico story reporting that top Republicans wanted to stop her from winning the presidential nomination in 2012. "There is rising expectation among GOP elites that Palin will probably run for president in 2012 and could win the Republican nomination, a prospect many of them regard as a disaster in waiting," the paper reported. "Many of these establishment figures argue in not-for-attribution comments that Palin's nomination would ensure President Barack Obama's reelection."
Sunday Rundown: A quick wrap-up of the Sunday talk shows.