Tagg Romney, Mitt Romney's oldest son, apologized to President Obama for saying he wanted to "take a swing" at him during debates, Obama aides said.
The most famous and revered pastor in America, Billy Graham, is calling on voters to cast a ballot for their faith in full-page ads in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and other newspapers.
Colin Small faces 13 felony and misdemeanor counts relating to voter fraud, including eight counts of disclosure of voter registration applications.
A U.S. appeals court ruled Thursday the federal law defining marriage is unconstitutional. Gay rights' backers laud the ruling; a conservative leader says it is "judicial activism." The issue is expected to be conclusively decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.
The longtime print news magazine ends its run December 31st, and will be rebranded as Newsweek Global in its online-only format.
The Kansas Republican Party has achieved the highest registration advantage over Democrats in Kansas history. Here's how.
Long silence from Fidel Castro had fueled speculation about his health. His son Alex says: "The comandante is well, following his daily routine" But there were no new images of Castro, 86, released Wednesday, a day after travel restrictions were lifted.
The suspect was on a student visa and had been using a college in Missouri as a pretext. Bangladeshi national made initial court appearance Wednesday at federal courthouse in Brooklyn.
The website of the legendary 93-year old evangelist removes Mormon 'cult' reference after his meeting with Republican nominee Mitt Romney last week.
No details were released about his condition McGovern ran for president in 1972 against Richard Nixon. He served three terms in the Senate, representing South Dakota.