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Forget polls, pundits, and prognosticators: In 17 of the past 18 presidential contests, the outcome has been correlated with whether the Washington Redskins win or lose their final home game before Election Day.
Hurricane Sandy isn't expected to make landfall on the East Coast for at least another two days, but the huge storm is already impacting the presidential campaign, forcing Vice President Joseph R. Biden and Mitt Romney each to cancel weekend events in Virginia Beach.
Sen. Marco Rubio mocked the economic plan that President Obama started touting this week on the campaign trail, calling it a "picture book."
Ann Wagner, the Republican candidate running for Missouri's 2nd Congressional District seat currently held by Rep. W. Todd Akin, touted Mitt Romney and blasted President Obama Saturday, in part by recounting her personal experience of working at her family's retail carpet business at a young age.
President Obama devoted his second-to-last weekly address before the Nov. 6 election to discussing Wall Street reform and the independent consumer watchdog that came with it – the brainchild of Democrat Elizabeth Warren, who is locked in a tight Senate race with incumbent Republican Sen. Scott Brown in Massachusetts.
Local news anchors are known for lobbing softballs in interviews with national candidates, but that's not what happened Friday when President Obama appeared on KUSA-TV in Denver.
A newly-formed independent party super PAC funded by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has spent nearly half a million dollars in only three days last week in a highly unusual bipartisan fashion.
Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson and his wife gave $10 million to the super PAC supporting Mitt Romney this month, making him likely the largest political donor of all time and replenishing the super PAC's exhausted coffers for ad buys in the final days of the election.
After four years of being criticized for failing to work with Republicans, President Obama joked Friday that he'll even do household chores for congressional GOP leaders to get a bipartisan deficit reduction deal if he's elected to second term.
Republicans appear to be winning the voter-turnout battle so far in the crucial swing state of Colorado, according to figures released Friday by the state Secretary of State.
Bill Crutchfield, who started the electronics sales company that bears his name, hosted GOP vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan Thursday night at his company headquarters in Charlottesville, and used the chance to poke at President Obama's claim that business owners don't succeed on their own.
Former New Mexico Gov. Gary E. Johnson, the Libertarian Party's candidate for president, has purchased air time on cable in the Washington, D.C., area and markets across the country to launch his first national television ad Friday night.
Conservative pundit and author Ann Coulter has defended calling President Obama a "retard," saying she doesn't think the word is offensive despite condemnation from advocates of disabled persons, as well as from liberals and even some fellow conservatives.
Outspoken Romney surrogate John H. Sununu has retreated from a comment he made Thursday night saying that former Secretary of State Colin Powell is endorsing President Obama because both men are black.
President Obama skewered Donald Trump during a taped appearance on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" on Wednesday night.
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