US President Barack Obama confirmed on Tuesday that he would go to Russia this fall for a G20 summit but said he was "disappointed" that Russia granted temporary asylum to former US spy agency contractor Edward Snowden.
Middle Eastern leaders are complaining about a lack of support from the US, a US senator told delegates at a major security summit in Bahrain, warning that such a perception empowered radical elements in the region.
Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain face the judgment of US voters on Tuesday after a long and bitter struggle for the White House, with Obama holding a clear lead in national opinion polls.
At least 130 million Americans are
Democrat Barack Obama leads Republican John McCain in six of eight key battleground states one day before the US election, including the big prizes of Florida and Ohio, according to a series of Reuters/Zogby polls released on Monday.
Democrat Barack Obama's lead over Republican rival John McCain has grown to 12 points in the US presidential race, with crucial independent and women voters increasingly moving to his side, according to a Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby poll released on Thur
Democrat Barack Obama has expanded his national lead over Republican John McCain in the US presidential race to 10 points, according to a Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby poll released on Wednesday.
Obama leads McCain 52 per cent to 42 per cent among
Democrat Barack Obama has expanded his national lead over Republican John McCain in the US presidential race to six percentage points, according to a Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby poll released on Monday.
Obama leads McCain 50 percent to 44 percent
Democrat Barack Obama holds a 5-point lead over Republican John McCain, with little immediate indication their final public debate did much to sway the US presidential race, a Reuters/C-SPAN/ZOGBY poll showed on Friday.
Obama's edge over M
Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama begin a 19-day sprint to Election Day on Thursday after a contentious final debate that featured aggressive McCain attacks on Obama's campaign tactics and tax plans.
The presidential riv
Democratic US presidential candidate Barack Obama is leading his Republican rival John McCain 53 percent to 43 percent among likely voters, according to a new poll.
Sixty-four percent of voters now view Obama favourably, up six percentage