Only at The Washington Times: Reporters discuss the latest news from the 2008 Presidential Election.
At this point John McCain's standard campaign stump speech is almost entirely based on gaffes by Barack Obama and Joe Biden.
Last night's show was tough on GOP ticket, Obama.
Florida residents want to hear from candidates on going back in time, before President George W. Bush was in office, and talk about big topics on the homefront.
Campaign yanks Web video where first lady hopeful overstates size of Miami rally.
Several of the eight young men standing behind the stage in Goffstown, N.H, this morning with M-A-V-E-R-I-C-K spelled on their chests had a droopy drawers problem.
VP nominee and MoveOn urge action, plus a look at swing state ground game.
A third-party group is expanding its attacks on Barack Obama and the war on terror to Colorado and Ohio.
A new poll of Hispanic voters finds Barack Obama is clobbering John McCain.
Video from the trail shows a heated scene across street from polls.
If the political mudslinging wasn't enough between the presidential candidates and their vice-president picks, the focus is now sticky on an accusation of media bias with The New York Times as the target.
Despite being arrears in taxes and potentially in violation of license laws for being a plumber — or maybe because of that — some folks say Joe the Plumber, real name Joe Wurzelbacher, is needed in Congress.
The Ohio Democratic Party says a Republican lawsuit to try to clean the voter rolls in Ohio could end up snaring Joe the Plumber.
On the road again to find out what's turning these red states purple.
John McCain wasted little time in further elevating "Joe the Plumber," taking the newest unlikely political star's case to voters in Pennsylvania.
Debate-watching with a crowd at Kazi’s, a downstairs restaurant bar in Northwest Washington, D.C.
By Mark Mix
Home day care providers would be forced into unions