Only at The Washington Times: Reporters discuss the latest news from the 2008 Presidential Election.
When it comes to greenhouse gases, Barack Obama is dirtier than John McCain.
Sen. John McCain couldn't find Joe the Plumber Thursday, but he did find another Joe.
Sen. John McCain introduced Joe the Plumber this morning, but Joe wasn't there.
The former president and POTUS hopeful meet on trail for big Florida rally.
Former first family works to get-out-the-vote
Democratic nominee transitions from asking for donations to asking for volunteers.
Let the metaphors begin — after having one outdoor campaign rally canceled in Pennsylvania because of rain, a flat tire cut John McCain's SUV ride short during the way to his next event in North Carolina.
Democrat's event continues on after McCain cancels his due to rainy weather.
Tiny West Virginia town with catchy name illustrates how a red state turns purple.
CNN anchors are made into bookmarks and given away at airport.
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says she supports John McCain's position on immigration.
Comedian George Lopez makes a personal plea for electing the Democratic presidential nominee.
John McCain says Barack Obama's already-written draft inaugural address belongs in the Smithsonian next to "Dewey Defeats Truman" newspaper.
Michael Steele's words of wisdom trail John McCain's campaign around the country.
His 15 minutes of fame still raging on, the Ohio plumber does live chat.