When it comes to greenhouse gases, Barack Obama is dirtier than John McCain.
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Let the metaphors begin — after having one campaign event canceled because of rain, John McCain's SUV suffered a flat tire on the way to his next event in North Carolina.
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says she supports John McCain's position on immigration, including a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants.
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 follow John McCain's campaign
At this point John McCain's standard campaign stump speech is almost entirely based on gaffes by Barack Obama and Joe Biden.
Young men in N.H. this morning with M-A-V-E-R-I-C-K spelled on their chests had a droopy drawers problem.
A third-party group expands 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.
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.
John McCain wasted little time in further elevating "Joe the Plumber," taking the newest unlikely political star's case to voters in Pennsylvania today.
In 1986 John McCain wrote an apology note to Charles H. Keating Jr. for his Senate campaign having overstepped its bounds. Keating responded with a handwritten note — addressed to "senator," seven months before McCain won his Senate seat — telling him not to sweat it, "I'm yours till death do us part."
The McCain campaign has released a statement from John M. Murtaugh, who as a child had his house firebombed by the Weather Underground and who links the group's founder, William Ayers, to Barack Obama.
John McCain in 2000 said because of tactical decisions U.S. troops were put in the position of killing civilians in Kosovo — something awfully similar to the comments for which he's now attacking Barack Obama.