Top campaign aides to President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney spoke Sunday about the most important battleground states, saying their respective candidates will do quite well in states they must win.
President Barack Obama characterized his place in the upcoming election in surprising terms Sunday, slightly reframing a line he first used Saturday night.
Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio on Sunday defended Mitt Romney's ad campaign attacking President Barack Obama over plans for GM and Chrysler to expand production overseas.
Senior Obama adviser David Plouffe on Sunday argued the politicization of the attack in Benghazi, Libya "has been unprecedented" and invoked George W. Bush to make his case.
What's really at stake in election 2012, according to CNN contributor John Avlon.
GOP's push to suppress vote threatens democracy, says Ilyse Hogue, co-director of Friends of Democracy, a super PAC aimed at electing candidates who champion campaign finance reform.
What it's like to lose the election, according to CNN contributor Bob Greene.
Israel doesn't swing Jewish voters, says Amitai Etzioni, professor of international relations and director of the Institute for Communitarian Policy Studies at George Washington University.
Dean Obeidallah: Vote, damn it!
Superstorm Sandy has left a gasoline panic in its wake. The storm had barely left the Northeast last week, when a frightening sight became common in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut -- dozens of shivering people standing in lines with jerry cans for gasoline to power up their darkened homes with generators, and cars stretching out miles deep, some waiting four hours to fill up.
The American presidential election on Nov. 6 and its outcome will be at the forefront driving markets this week.
Luz Martinez sat next to her baby, who was swaddled tight in pink, blue and white cloth inside an incubator. Born at 26 weeks with the umbilical cord wrapped around her neck, Emma Sophia weighed less than 2 pounds and breathed with the help of a respirator. Every day since her baby's birth, Martinez had visited the neonatal intensive care unit at New York University's Langone Medical Center. A good day was measured by the tiniest progress: Emma drinking a couple of extra drops of milk, her eyes opening just long enough for mom and daughter to connect. Still recovering from an emergency cesarean section, Martinez couldn't drive. For 22 days, she had bummed rides to the hospital with relatives and friends. It was Sunday, October 28.