William Pfaff, a columnist for the International Herald Tribune and author of eight foreign policy books, tells us what he thinks the next president's approach will be regarding America's relationship with the rest of the world.
Known as Americans' favorite Republican, Colin Powell has announced that he will cast his vote for Barack Obama. Can this support boost Obama in the home stretch? Also in this edition: health care, a bigger challenge than ever for Americans.
Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin and her famous impersonator Tina Fey appear together on 'Saturday Night Live', the long-running American TV comedy show. Our internet team bring us the latest reactions in today's buzz.
In a landmark and widely rumoured endorsement, Colin Powell, a Republican former US secretary of state, announced Sunday he would be voting for Democratic candidate Barack Obama in the upcoming presidential election.
In a much-anticipated appearance on "Saturday Night Live," a popular late-night TV show in the US, Sarah Palin appeared with lookalike actress Tina Fey, who has relentlessly mocked the Republican vice presidential nominee.
Opinion polls show Barack Obama in a comfortable lead over John McCain as the economic woes dominate the headlines. But could an incendiary incident abroad and a last-minute vote swing dramatically change the picture?
Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama were in amicable spirits at a charity event in New York City aimed at helping poor children. Jibes included those about Joe the Plumber and the infamous "that one" sobriquet.
We take a close look at New Hampshire, a key state where anything can happen - as Barack Obama learnt the hard way in the Democratic primary. Also on the programme: voters on the Mexican border and Joe the plumber's Web stardom.