Putting aside partisan differences, President Barack Obama and Republican Governor Chris Christie have toured storm-stricken parts of New Jersey together, taking in scenes of flooded roads and burning homes in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy.
US Republican Mitt Romney has closed the gap with President Barack Obama and the two candidates are now tied in the November 6 presidential race, according to a Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll.
US President Barack Obama has come out swinging against Republican rival Mitt Romney after a lacklustre performance in their first debate forced the Democrat's aides to talk of "adjustments" to his campaign.
US President Barack Obama has blocked a privately owned Chinese company from building wind turbines close to a Navy military site in Oregon due to national security concerns.
US President Barack Obama has a growing lead in polls and an easier path to the White House than challenger Mitt Romney, but the Republican is still within striking distance with eight weeks to go before the election.
Former US president Bill Clinton has given a rousing defence of President Barack Obama's handling of the weak US economy and issued a detailed attack on Republican Mitt Romney in a speech that electrified the Democratic National Convention.
US President Barack Obama has toured hurricane-stricken Louisiana and promised federal recovery help as he sought to show his administration was on top of the disaster response on the eve of his Democrats' national convention in North Carolina.
Bowing to growing pressure from thirsty and curious Americans in both parties, the White House has released the recipes for President Barack Obama's homemade beers, revealing the executive branch's penchant for honey-flavoured brews.
US President Barack Obama enters an important campaign week tied with Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, a Reuters/Ipsos poll found, leaving the incumbent an opportunity to edge ahead of his opponent at the Democratic National Convention.
US President Barack Obama's re-election campaign says if Mitt Romney releases five years of his tax returns, it will not press the Republican presidential challenger to release more - a proposal quickly rejected by Romney's campaign.
President Barack Obama has the edge over Mitt Romney in three key battleground states in large part because voters find him more likable than the Republican challenger, a poll has found.
US President Barack Obama and his rival Mitt Romney cancelled campaign speeches and some ads attacking each other, replacing them with expressions of sorrow for the victims of a deadly shooting rampage in Colorado.
US President Barack Obama will not apologize to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney for raising questions about his tenure and the timing of his departure from private equity firm Bain Capital, the Democrat said in an interview.
US President Barack Obama eased sanctions against Myanmar to allow US companies to invest there, calling it a "strong signal" of support for political reform taking root in the southeast Asian country.
President Barack Obama's campaign and top Democrats have called on Mitt Romney to release more personal tax records and raised questions about his offshore assets that the Republican challenger's campaign condemned as an "unseemly and disgusting" character assault.
Poland has demanded an apology from Washington after President Barack Obama spoke of a "Polish death camp" while announcing an award to a resistance fighter for alerting the world to the Nazi Holocaust, largely perpetrated on Polish soil.
US President Barack Obama has honoured veterans by noting "the light of a new day" of having U.S. troops home from Iraq and returning soon from Afghanistan, while promising not to send soldiers back to war without a clear need.
A college student has pleaded guilty in federal court to threatening in a Facebook post to kill President Barack Obama by putting "a bullet through his head."
President Barack Obama will meet Afghan President Hamid Karzai on the sidelines of the NATO summit on Sunday, the White House said, but there was no plan for Obama to have a bilateral get-together with his Pakistani counterpart while in Chicago.
Roughly a third of Americans view President Barack Obama more favorably and a third less favorably as a result of his declaration of support for gay marriage, a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed on Tuesday.