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We examine what is behind the political standoff in Washington that led to a partial shutdown.
With Congress becoming a place where ideas go to die, is it time for a third party to challenge the game's rigged rules?
Al Jazeera speaks with Dr Jason Johnson about the presidential race, campaign consultants, and the role of the Internet.
Little enthusiasm for Obama or Romney in Lenoir, a once-bustling manufacturing town that has lost thousands of jobs.
A partisan lovefest and Republican smackdown, Democrats still may not have given the president the momentum he needs.
Congressman, accepting vice-presidential nomination, vows to solve economic problems and not duck the "tough issues".
The 2012 vote is likely to be closer than in 2008, hinging on the choices of Ohio, Florida and Virginia, among others.
As Romney fails to impress top US civil rights group, we ask what alienates African-Americans from the Republican party.
As Mitt Romney extends his lead in the presidential nomination race, we ask what the Republican game plan is.
Mitt Romney goes on the offensive as the Republican nomination race returns to America's industrial heartland.
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