Beliefs, value systems, political identity. Call it what you will, but Americans are more divided over politics than gender, age, race or class now than at any point for the last quarter-century.
The U.S. Supreme Court will find itself in the heat of the 2012 presidential race if it takes on Arizona's controversial immigration law, analysts said.
Undecided U.S. voters could number as many as 1-in-10 on Election Day but observers say John McCain cannot rely on them to overtake Barack Obama.
U.S. polls indicate a tight race between Sen. John McCain and Sen. Barack Obama but international surveys indicate Obama is heavily favored.
Democratic U.S. presidential hopeful Barack Obama's biggest challenge might not be his race but his image, party insiders say.
The U.S. presidential debate about the war in Iraq has shifted, but political observers say they aren't sure which party has the advantage.
The United States' image in the world has suffered as a result of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, a report said Monday.
Evidence that consumer spending has begun to slow among all economic groups is leading to speculation U.S. personal consumption may be declining, a report said.
A group of conservatives in Ohio have used an electronic telemarketing program to encourage voters to choose Republicans in the upcoming midterm election.
Momentum is growing across the United States to limit or ban same-sex adoptions, a report said Wednesday.