Young Romney volunteers hit the road to get out the vote.
The door-to-door process is essentially one of double-checking the work the campaign office has been doing for months.
Former Mossad head says nuclear Iran is not an existential threat
If Iran does obtain nuclear warheads, Efraim Halevy believes that war is not certain and Israel has numerous means to deal with any threat from a nuclear Iran.
LSU apologizes for doctoring photo of young Christian football fans
“We did not intend to offend anyone by the editing of this photograph and in the future we will use another photo rather than make a similar edit …”
China’s capitalist revolution
China’s economy has been transformed from the inside out, and that transformation has occurred through bottom-up marginal revolutions rather than centrally planned initiatives.
Iranian Man Pleads Guilty to Plot to Assassinate Saudi Ambassador
He faces a maximum potential sentence of 25 years in prison, according to the DEA’s announcement.
What did the CNN poll really show?
Mitt Romney bested the president by 18 points on the economy, taxes and budget. Hard to call that losing.
Great recession? More like ‘great heist’ of taxpayers
Businesses thrive when the tax and regulatory environment has certainty — not today’s government exemptions, executive orders and capricious actions.
Gas Can Man fuels energy policy debate in swing states
Video: $1.84 per gallon–that was the median gas price nationwide in January 2009.
Four things Paul Ryan must do to win Thursday’s debate
Analysis: Ryan needs to keep his composure, use “weedy” facts carefully and let Joe be Joe.
Initiatives, part II: States take up marriage, marijuana, euthanasia and guns
Social issues are coming forward in 2012 as important ballot initiatives across the country in states such as Massachusetts, Minnesota and Colorado.