Mexican election officials said Wednesday they are recounting votes from more than half of the polling booths from Sunday's presidential, congressional and gubernatorial elections.
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Walsh complained that his Democratic opponent, who lost both of her legs while serving in Iraq, spends too much time talking about her military record.
The government says it's taking shark fin off the state menu, but the rest of the country still hasn't lost its taste for the delicacy.
As Libya prepares for a June 7 national vote, violence shows that the sectarian divisions in the country are a serious problem.
The Institutional Revolutionary Party is back in power, with a fresh face. Now it must convince observers that it has abandoned its old, corrupt ways.
When CBS News broke the story that U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts had first decided to vote with his fellow Supreme Court conservatives on so-called Obamacare and then changed his mind, it led to huge questions, not only about him but also about his motivations.
U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts was originally set to vote with the Supreme Court's conservative justices to strike down the Affordable Care Act, CBS News reported. However, he changed his mind about a month ago to join the court's liberal justices in mostly upholding the constitutionality of the law.
It's not a tax. It's a penalty. President Barack Obama's administration and its allies in Congress carpet-bombed the morning news talk show Sunday with those seven words, holding the line in a PR counter-offensive the White House has been engaging on since Friday.
Chinese President Hu Jintao swore in Hong Kong's new leader on the 15th anniversary of the former British colony's return to Chinese rule, even as anti-Chinese protestors tried to disrupt Hu's visit.
India's economic growth is faltering as a result of weak governance, policy paralysis and opposition to reforms by the present government. These have dragged down the investor confidence.
The Boeing-777 aircraft, which seats about 300 people, will cost $150 million to purchase and another $80 million to customize.
The Institutional Revolutionary Party is posed to retake Mexico's presidency after 12 years out of power. Here's who its man is, plus the two other candidates running behind him in the polls
The Institutional Revolutionary Party is poised to retake power on Sunday after a decade out of power, led by the charismatic presidential candidate Enrique Peña Nieto. Would a change mean a much different relationship with Mexico's big neighbor to the north?
The Supreme Court has spoken, the president has spoken, and Congress has spoken. Now it is time for the American people to speak.
Mercosur, a four-nation regional trade bloc in South America, could suspend Paraguay's membership following the sudden removal of President Fernando Lugo last week
U.S. trade officials on Thursday told a Republican lawmaker at the center of a legal fight with the Obama administration he cannot sit in on trade talks next week in San Diego between the United States and other countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
It now falls to the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia to send the contempt citation to a grand jury, an unlikely outcome. Here's what might happen instead.
Both the uninsured and those who already have health coverage stand to benefit from the upholding of the Affordable Care Act.
The Supreme Court's approval of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is unambiguously good for American business, a George Mason University analyst said Thursday, a view also expressed by Standard & Poor's Ratings Services.
While Republicans and most conservatives might well be disappointed by Thursday?s Supreme Court decision to uphold President Barack Obama?s Affordable Health Act, one of their own is the person of the day: Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.
The sharply-divided U.S. Supreme Court Thursday that upheld President Barack Obama's signature public policy initiative took most of official Washington by surprise.
The American Hospital Association praised the Supreme Court's decision Thursday to affirm the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
By upholding the individual mandate that is the health care law's linchpin, the Supreme Court has rebuffed Republicans who had hoped to accomplish through the judiciary their goal of dismantling the act.
The largest association of U.S. physicians praised the Supreme Court's decision Thursday to uphold the Affordable Care Act as a key to expanding health care to some 30 million Americans.
The Supreme Court has upheld the individual mandate, crucial to Obama's signature healthcare law overhaul, in a victory for the Obama administration.
Pranab Mukherjee, ruling UPA party's nominee and former finance minister of India filed his nomination papers for the July 19 presidential elections on Thursday, in the presence of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Congress Party chief Sonia Gandhi and other leaders.
The New York City Council is scheduled to vote Thursday to override Mayor Michael Bloomberg's veto of a bill to require some city employers to pay their workers at least $11.50 an hour, or $10 hourly with benefits. And it's likely to happen.
Last summer, Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., was considered among the frontrunners for the Republican presidential nomination after winning the Iowa Straw Poll in August 2011. Now her re-election to her congressional seat may be in jeoardy.
If lawmakers cannot forge an agreement, they will need to fund projects on the nation's roads and bridges with a stopgap measure for the tenth straight time.