Political strategists slice and dice the electorate into smaller and smaller groups targeting messages to specific populations. The Romney camp is now making a pitch toward Polish Americans. But are they getting the message right?
President Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney both delivered speeches about American foreign policy today. The two men offered contrasting visions of what America's role should be in shaping events beyond its shores.
It isn't terribly shocking to find the Middle East playing a role in US election-year politics. But the degree to which Israel's leader has been inserted into the campaign has caught some pundits by surprise.
Footage from a video of Gov. Romney talking to donors says that the peace process is likely to languish under his administration. Peter Feaver of Duke University says the statements don't differ markedly from President Obama's current approach.
Israelis are reacting to the leaked Romney comments about Palestinians having "no interest in peace with Israel" and being committed to Israel's destruction. The World's Matthew Bell reports from Jerusalem.
Cartoonists are on the front line of freedom of speech. Events this week have put to the test just what responsibilities that entails. Kevin Kallaugher draws for The Economist and Patrick Chappatte cartoons for the International Herald Tribune.
To carry the key swing state of Colorado, it's critical for the president to court Latino immigrants. What he really needs to most convince them to do, however, is vote. The World's Jason Margolis has more.
A Canadian man has pleaded guilty to multiple charges of falsely attesting to be a US citizen and illegally voting. He is the one and only person convicted in Florida. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Globe and Mail correspondent, Paul Koring.
President Barack Obama speaks to the Democratic National Convention tonight. The world is watching. Lisa Mullins speaks with two foreign correspondents: Laure Mandeville of France's Le Figaro, and Nathan Guttman of the Israeli Broadcasting Authority.
Mitt Romney's speech to the Republican party faithful on Thursday is being seen as the most important so far in his bid to be president. But how is the rest of the world viewing the GOP convention and Romney as a possible future president?