Warren Buffett would `bet money` on Clinton becoming president

 Billionaire investor Warren Buffett said Tuesday he would bet money on Hillary Clinton becoming the next president of the United States.

In close US mid-terms, GOP targets a tarnished Obama

One month before Americans elect their representatives in Congress and state offices, Republicans have a clear if narrow edge as they pick away at President Barack Obama`s tarnished record.

Close races, fresh faces to watch in US mid-terms

Millions of Americans will cast their votes in early November`s mid-term elections, with all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 36 of the Senate`s 100 seats up for grabs.

Islamic State is new millstone for Obama`s mid-term Democrats

 The politics of fear and the murderous radicals of the Islamic State group are stalking Democrats on the mid-term elections trail, as they parry claims their president, Barack Obama, is weak and muddling.

George W Bush says brother wants presidency

Former Florida Gov Jeb Bush wants to be president. That's according to his brother, former President George W Bush, who recently encouraged him to enter the 2016 presidential race during a private conversation at an event honoring veterans.

McCain calls for dramatic increase in US airstrikes against Islamic State

Republican Senator John McCain called on Wednesday for a dramatic increase in U.S. airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Iraq and said the attacks should also extend into Syria.

Possible immigration rift for Obama with Democrats

President Barack Obama is facing potential rifts with members of his own party in tough re-election contests as he barrels toward a fall fight with Republicans over his ability to change immigration policies.

Top Republican to resign from US Congress

Just hours after stepping down as US House majority leader, Republican Representative Eric Cantor announced he would resign from his congressional seat later this month.

Republicans urge tougher Russia sanctions after crash

US Republican lawmakers urged tougher sanctions on Moscow Sunday after a Malaysian jet crash in Ukraine was blamed on Russian-backed separatists, with one congressman even bringing the World Cup into play.

Obama keeps heat on Republican critics

US President Barack Obama used a campaign-style speech in the American heartland today to blast his Republican opponents as feckless obstructionists in Congress, saying Washington`s current gridlock "drives me nuts."

Hearing fails to calm anger over deal to free Bergdahl

A closed-door congressional hearing on the release of Bowe Bergdahl failed to calm Republican anger on Tuesday over the administration`s secretive deal to trade five Taliban leaders held at Guantanamo for the US prisoner of war.

`American Idol` star Clay Aiken launches Congress bid

"American Idol" runner-up Clay Aiken declared Wednesday he is running for Congress, putting his singing career on hold as he aims to unseat a Republican from her North Carolina district.

Evidence contradicts Chris Christie on closures: Lawyer

A former loyalist of Republican presidential prospect Chris Christie said there is evidence that contradicts what the New Jersey governor has said about a traffic jam scandal that rocked his administration.

Dick Cheney`s daughter Liz to exit US senate race - reports

Liz Cheney, the oldest daughter of former vice president Dick Cheney, is dropping her bid to be the Republican senate candidate for Wyoming, US media reported late Sunday.

Bobby Jindal stays away from Republican `fratricide`

Amid a US government shutdown, Louisiana`s Indian American governor Bobby Jindal would like Republican governors to take back the party`s messaging from Washington, saying the states are where the real action is.

Conviction of ex-US House leader Tom DeLay overturned

A Texas court overturned the criminal conviction of former US Republican congressional leader Tom DeLay on money laundering and conspiracy charges.

Indian-American negotiator quits as aide to top Republican

A key Indian-American Republican aide who played a key role in avoiding possible government shutdown in the US over disagreement on the national debt in the Senate, is set to quit his job.

White House slams Republican plan for immigrants

A White House senior adviser is accusing the House Republicans of "cruel hypocrisy" for contemplating legal status for unauthorized immigrants brought to the US as children without also legalizing their parents.

Sarah Palin to create `Freedom party` if Republican neglect conservatives

Former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin has reportedly expressed her keenness to bolt from the Republican Party and create a new ` Freedom Party` if the Grand Old Party continues to ignore the conservatives.

Susan Rice’s pick signals more assertive Obama: US media

President Barack Obama`s snub to his Republican critics in naming Susan Rice as top adviser was seen signalling more assertive president, but it was unclear how it would reshape the US foreign policy.

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