Former governor Angus King (I) looks to be in solid political shape headed down the stretch run.
With a storm bearing down on the East Coast, the final week of the campaign could be unpredictable.
Senate Democrats' campaign arm wasted no time going after the Indiana Republican Senate nominee's controversial remarks.
What we observed in Obama's interview on "The Tonight Show."
The Comedy Central hosts break down the meaning of Trump's "very big" announcement.
Vote preferences remain deadlocked, but the debates may shake up the contest going forward.
By Jon Cohen and Peyton M. Craighill
October 24, 2012
So what is going through the minds of undecided voters? The Comedy Central host answers the question.
A day after President Obama and Mitt Romney debated for the final time, four third-party candidates took the stage in Chicago. While they came from different viewpoints, they all agreed that neither Obama nor Romney can take the country forward.
There's little change in the overall contest, but Romney has a 12-point edge edge among independents on issue No. 1 -- the economy.