Egyptians lined up Saturday to pick their first president since Hosni Mubarak...
Central banks from major economies stand ready to take steps to stabilize financial markets by providing liquidity and preventing a credit squeeze if the outcome of Greek elections on Sunday causes tumultuous trading, G20 officials told Reuters.
It's no exaggeration to say that Alexis Tsipras, the head of the left-wing SYRIZA party in Greece, is the most feared man right now in all of Europe.
Greeks pulled their cash out of the banks and stocked up with food ahead of a cliffhanger election on Sunday that many citizens fear will result in the country being forced out of the euro.
In 2004 George W. Bush's re-election campaign worked to put anti-gay marriage ballot initiatives up for vote in several swing states in order to turn out more hard-core conservatives to the polls.
Mexico's drug war is thought to have killed 50,000 people in just six years, yet, surprisingly, the drug war is not dominating the debate in the upcoming July 1 election.
The U.S. Justice Department and Florida exchanged legal salvoes on Monday over the state's controversial effort to remove non-U.S. citizens from its voter rolls ahead of this year's presidential election.
Why Electoral Politics Sold Out the Popular Uprising in the Badger State -- and Why It’s Not All Over
...a pair of less noticed local elections Tuesday in California could have more immediate ramifications for struggling state and local governments and for organized labor.
Robert M. La Follette, the architect of the progressive movement that a century ago made Wisconsin the nation's "laboratory of democracy," recognized that the experiments would at times go awry.
What might a reasonable, constructive presidential campaign look like?
Fourteen Republicans want a chance to run against Sen. Dianne Feinstein in November. None of them is above 2 percent in the latest primary poll.
Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett said Tuesday night that he has received information from Hawaii that proves President Obama's American birth and satisfies Arizona's requirements for having the president on the upcoming election ballot.
Telegraph correspondent Richard Spencer reports from Cairo as Egyptians cast their votes in an election that pits Islamists against men who served under deposed leader Hosni Mubarak.
Ron Paul won 12 of 13 delegates in Minnesota's state GOP convention. If Mitt Romney has the nomination all but tied up and Paul has effectively ended his campaign, why continue the fight?
Ron Paul Decisively Wins Minnesota and Carries Delegates in Multiple Other States
Are voters torn between the guy they like better and the fellow they hope could do more for the economy?
Talking Points Memo this morning pointed to this interview yesterday between Arizona conservative radio host and Secretary of State Ken Bennett.
Gallup is out with a look today at some key indicators that look troublesome for Barack Obama's re-election prospects this fall.
Aaron Dykes delves into the latest revelations concerning the elite Bilderberg group ahead of their annual meeting.
Germany’s infamous Pirate Party took 8 per cent of the vote in the country’s biggest state, making it the fourth region where they have parliamentary seats.
French President-elect Francois Hollande suggested Friday that the government of outgoing leader Nicolas Sarkozy underestimated the country's budget problems and wants a new audit of France's books.
Senator Richard Lugar, a 35-year veteran of the Senate and leading foreign policy voice, was defeated in the Indiana Republican primary by a Tea Party-backed challenger on Tuesday.
The show must go on: Sparta in Israel. And in Sparta, do as the Spartans do: Security is king and the army is God. Mandatory army service, which results mainly from the IDF's function as an occupation force, is not a necessary evil but a moral value.
The extreme-right ultra-nationalist party ‘Golden Dawn’ – described by many as neo-fascist – is set to enter the Greek Parliament.
Polling stations have closed in Syria, where people were voting for a 250-strong parliament in the first democratic election in decades.
Today Greeks go to the polls for an early general election, which may result in turmoil, threatening to reinvigorate the Euro-zone crisis.
Nicolas Sarkozy has conceded defeat in France's presidential elections.
Chavez: the people's choice
Egypt's election commission has announced 13 candidates are eligible to run in the forthcoming presidential election.