Afghan President Hamid Karzai is poised to win his country's historic presidential election, but the result will not be official until the last few ballot boxes are counted, an official said Monday.
Arlen Specter, running for a historic fifth term to represent Pennsylvania in the Senate, has racked up a series of somewhat lukewarm endorsements from the state's major newspapers.
In the most severe sentence yet to stem from the abuse of prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison, a judge sentenced U.S. Staff Sergeant Ivan "Chip" Frederick to eight years in prison at a court martial in Baghdad on Thursday.
Amid growing political, legal and financial pressure, Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. late Tuesday revised its plan to broadcast a documentary critical of Sen. John Kerry's anti-Vietnam war activities.
Florida U.S. Senate hopefuls Democrat Betty Castor and Republican Mel Martinez faced off in their first debate Monday, clashing over terrorism, Iraq, Social Security, prescription drugs and abortion.
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. fired its Washington bureau chief late Monday after the reporter publicly objected to the company's plan to air a documentary attacking Sen. John Kerry's anti-Vietnam war activities this week.
South Carolina Senate candidates Democrat Inez Tenenbaum and Republican Rep. Jim DeMint met for the first time on the national stage over the weekend, debating Sunday on NBC's Meet the Press.
Two weeks before Hoosiers cast their vote for governor they had another chance Sunday night to watch their candidates in a heated exchange over negative campaigning, the pharmaceutical industry and change for Indiana.
The top negotiator in Fallujah peace talks with the Iraqi government said dialogue would remain suspended, despite his release Monday by U.S. authorities as an apparent bid to resume talks to end the fighting in the major insurgent stronghold.
The number of dead resulting from the crisis in Sudan's western Darfur region since March has topped 70,000, the United Nation's chief health official said Friday.
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