Mitt Romney's weekend swing through some of the country's toniest zip codes netted the presumptive GOP nominee a cool $7 million, his campaign said Saturday, though Romney himself said he'd rather be out on the stump than talking to donors.
The political battle over Medicare, brewing since Mitt Romney named Paul Ryan as his running mate, showed no signs of easing Sunday, with operatives from each campaign claiming their side had an advantage with senior citizens concerned about their government-funded health benefits.
The two men locked in an intense campaign for the White House marked one of the rare days that neither has a campaign event by attending church services with their families on Sunday.
First lady Michelle Obama will travel to Wisconsin Thursday to meet with family members of those killed and injured in a Sikh temple shooting earlier this month, White House officials confirmed Sunday.
Rick Santorum, who himself waged a bitter fight with Mitt Romney during this year's GOP primaries, said Sunday that a sharp turn to the negative in the general election fight between Romney and President Barack Obama is a product of divisive rhetoric from the president and his team.
Interviews with People magazine and Entertainment Tonight are just as important as sit-downs with national news media, President Barack Obama's deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter said Sunday.
Surrogates for President Barack Obama defended Joe Biden on Sunday from critics who say the vice president's comments last week at an event in Virginia show his unsuitability for the office.
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Mark Katz, Bill Clinton's former chief joke writer, talks humor and politics, the role of timing and what he thinks of the presidential campaign.
Ramesh Raskar leads a team at MIT's Media Lab that is reimagining what photography can do. Using a camera that shoots at virtually the speed of light (a trillion frames per second!), it's possible to see around corners by bouncing light off surfaces and analyzing the photons that bounce back.