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Mitt Romney crossed a major threshold this week, moving above 50 percent in his favorability rating, according to the Real Clear Politics average of polls — and for the first time in the campaign he leads President Obama on that measure.
Bob Schieffer took a light hand Monday as moderator of the final presidential debate, ending with advice from his mother: "Go vote. It makes you feel big and strong."
On Sept. 17, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the United Nations that the world must draw a clear "red line" around the Iranian nuclear weapons program, and tell the Tehran regime that if that line is crossed, war will ensue.
Palestinians complained Tuesday that the Mideast peace process barely got a mention in the final U.S. presidential campaign debate, saying American standing in the Middle East will be doomed without a greater effort to resolve the festering Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The U.S. ambassador to Turkey is trying to reassure the key NATO ally that Washington stands with Ankara in its confrontations with Syria and its fight against Kurdish terrorists.
Good news, America! Just three years and 351 days into his presidency, President Obama has finally accepted the concept of American exceptionalism in the world.
Libya. Israel. The Palestinians. Iran. Afghanistan. Pakistan. China. Terrorism. Think world hotspots. Think hot rhetoric. Watch the third presidential debate Monday night. The final debate of the 2012 campaign will be about foreign policy, although there's certainly a strong connection between China and the U.S. economy.
President Obama's once seemingly unstoppable march toward re-election hit what he might call "bumps in the road" in Benghazi, Libya, late on Sept. 11, 2012.
Mitt Romney accused President Obama of failing to protect the military from budget cuts and squandering U.S. leadership in the Middle East, leaving America standing by as al Qaeda has surged to become active in a dozen countries, as the two men faced off Monday night in their final debate.