Sarah Palin has offered unsolicited advice to US President Barack Obama on containing Russian aggression, saying ''the only thing that stops a bad guy with a nuke is a good guy with a nuke''.
Former vice presidential candidate wraps up a two-day visit in Haiti after touring cholera treatment centres.
Thomas Hunter Sarah Palin's foreign policy skills have again been questioned after the possible future president of the United States referred to North Korea as "America's ally".
Sarah Palin's Alaska portrays the former US vice-presidential candidate as an adventure-loving wife and mother enjoying a whirlwind of activities in her home state.
Sarah Palin has ruled out running for US president in 2012.
Sarah Palin will return to her broadcast roots and take her conservative message to Fox News as a regular commentator.
Nick O'Malley Each year after the leaves fall and Congress ends its business and real news recedes, the Christmas culture wars erupt in America.
US television host Melissa Harris-Perry apologised on Tuesday for a recent segment on her show that joked about former U.S.
Adoration for Pope Francis may go into overdrive now that he has adopted a new role as an environmental crusader.
Jonathan Martin and Jim Rutenberg After the budget standoff ended in crushing defeat last week and the political damage reports began to pile up for Republicans, one longtime party leader after another stepped forward to chastise...
Nick O'Malley Some 150 years after the US Civil War's most famous battle, the division between North and South remains clear and often bitter.
Nick O'Malley In American politics making speeches targeted directly at your base, with little or no concern for the niceties of centrism, is known as ''throwing out the red meat''.
Sarah Wheaton Sarah Palin's appearances no longer inspire speculation about her presidential aspirations but her reception at a large gathering of conservatives on Saturday underscored her enduring popularity with...
Nick O'Malley ''One of my opponents recently said that it would take an act of God for me to win this primary," Rick Santorum told the congregation of an evangelical church in Puerto Rico this week.
Jon Swaine in Washington Having humbly declared last month that she "wouldn't close the door" on becoming the Republican nominee for President of the United States, Sarah Palin took to a New York television studio yesterday...
Nick O'Malley The focus has shifted from who will win the Republican presidential nominee to who will Mitt Romney will pick as his running mate.
Three more US Secret Service agents resigned on Friday over a sex scandal in Colombia, with number of agents implicated increasing to twelve agents in total.
One of the US Secret Service supervisors who was ousted from the agency this week for his involvement in the Colombia prostitution scandal made light of his official protective work on his Facebook...
President Barack Obama unveiled his "secret agenda" for a second term last night, vowing to "win the war on Christmas" and replace the former ban on gays serving openly in the military with a policy...
Matt Buchanan and Sacha Molitorisz THE US President poked fun at himself, Congress, the Secret Service, the media and particularly his rival Mitt Romney on Saturday night.