Ohio's governor is sticking to his word
The Arizona senator is the latest Republican – including Condoleezza Rice and Arnold Schwarzenegger – to unendorse the controversial candidate
Mitt Romney won the Grand Canyon State by more than nine points, but with Latino voters turning out to oppose Trump in historic numbers, Arizona could swing to the Democrats in 2016
Patti Davis’ father survived an assassination attempt in 1981
The speaker of the House says he is waiting to see if Donald Trump will "champion" conservative principles.
Barack Obama called Vladimir Putin on Sunday evening urging him to cease bombing 'moderate' rebels in Syria
Finding reinforces charges that some Republican politicians seek to win votes by implying support for racist views and ethnic hierarchies
Both said the attacks in Paris have underlined the need for greater US involvement in the Middle East
Senior US Republican Senator John McCain has admitted today on Twitter to playing poker on his iPhone during a key meeting on possible military intervention in Syria.
You might have thought Senator John McCain would pay attention, after months of advocating the arming of Syrian rebels, but during a key senate hearing yesterday evening on the potential use of military force in the Middle Eastern region, the former Presidential candidate was snapped playing poker on his smartphone.
In efforts to assure Congress – and Senator John McCain – that action on Syria will be more than just symbolic, Barack Obama says US efforts to support rebels are now in full swing
The Brotherhood doesn't want to play by the army's script
Mohammed Nour is the spokesperson for the Northern Storm Brigade, accused of kidnapping 11 Lebanese pilgrims in Syria
Moohaajim and Maureen can stake their Classic claims in trials at Newbury
Chuck Hagel is set to be sworn in as Barack Obama’s latest Defence Secretary today, ending one of the most controversial appointment sagas in US history.
Chuck Hagel, the former Republican senator picked by President Barack Obama as his new Secretary of Defence, had a rocky audition on Capitol Hill today as he sought to fend off criticism of his past positions on such hot-zone topics as relations with Israel and Iran and the war in Iraq.