Already at odds over the Russian invasion of Georgia nearly two weeks ago, Washington and Moscow are still failing to find common ground over a proposed missile shield in eastern Europe.
Barack Obama has led John McCain every day since the general election campaign began two months ago. However, a new Reuters/Zogby poll shows McCain ahead by five points. Has the momentum in this campaign shifted in a major way? If so, what has changed? Share your thoughts with us here.
Well over 100 people may be dead after a packed airliner caught fire and overshot the runway in Madrid, Spain.
Tropical Storm Fay is soaking Florida and spawning tornadoes, and after it moves through, some forecasters say it will come right back to the Sunshine State.
Harry and Louise are back! The fictional TV couple that helped to derail President Clinton’s push for government-run health care in the 1990s is now pushing for the next president to make health care reform the highest national priority. What do you think? How urgent should this be? Is it time for the government to get it done? And what should be the right approach?
Barack Obama is keeping his choice of a running mate a secret until Wednesday at the earliest. But insiders and even some folks on the short list say Obama is most likely to choose longtime Delaware Sen. Joe Biden. Do you want Obama to pick Biden? Would Biden make a good VP? Sound off here!
We could know as soon as Wednesday who Barack Obama wants as his running mate on the Democratic ticket. Who will it be? Joe Biden? Evan Bayh? Tim Kaine? Or a surprise choice? Who should Obama choose? And why would that person be the best choice?
A group of Iraq war veterans just returned from a visit to the same areas they patrolled prior to the surge. Check out our interview with veteran Joel Arends, Executive Director of Vets for Freedom.
Several fuel economy experts say our efficiency drops dramatically when we drive faster than 60 miles per hour. So now there is a growing movement to restore a national speed limit of 55 MPH across the nation. So what do you think? Is this a way to make at least a small impact in our current energy crunch or just a massive inconvenience that really won’t save enough fuel to make a difference?
Russian and Georgian leaders have signed a cease-fire agreement, but while Moscow claims the fighting is over, the signs on the ground suggest something very different. What is Russia really up to and will the international community be able to do anything about it? Tell us what you think Russia’s real ambitions are?