Washington (CNN) - President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are heading to Delaware next week to try and keep Biden's old Senate seat in Democratic party hands.
Obama and Biden will team up with New Castle County executive Chris Coons, the party's Senate nominee at a fundraiser in Wilmington on Friday, October 15, according to the Coons campaign. Next week's trip will be Biden's third visit to his home state to help Coon's bid.
(Updated at 7:35 p.m. ET with additional information)
Bowie, Maryland (CNN) - President Barack Obama interrupted a campaign speech twice on Thursday to seek help for people in the audience who collapsed.
"I think we might have had somebody faint down here, so if we got the paramedics," Obama said about halfway through his remarks under bright afternoon sunshine at Bowie State University
(CNN) - What's hotter than hot? Whatever it is, that's how Nevada's ad wars can be described.
Republican Senate nominee Sharron Angle's latest television spot doesn't hold back, accusing her opponent, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, of voting "to use taxpayer dollars to pay for Viagra for convicted child molesters and sex offenders."
"What else could you ever need to know about Harry Reid?" the woman narrating the ad asks.
(CNN) - One in four Americans have a favorable opinion of Sarah Palin according to a new poll out Thursday that measures the former Alaska governor's popularity.
Of the adults surveyed in the CBS poll nearly half, or 48 percent, view her unfavorably. But Republicans are more likely to have a favorable view of Palin than Democrats, 44 percent to six percent.
Washington (CNNMoney.com) - President Obama won't sign a bill that would make it easier for courts to clear foreclosures, the White House said Thursday.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs called the president's action a "pocket veto," although there was some dispute over whether Obama can use that method of disapproving legislation.
(CNN) - A new poll indicates that the Democrats may have a shot at grabbing back a GOP held Senate seat in New Hampshire.
According to an American Research Group survey released Thursday, 47 percent of likely voters in New Hampshire support former state attorney general Kelly Ayotte, the Republican nominee, with 42 percent backing two-term Rep. Paul Hodes, the Democratic nominee, four percent backing other candidates and seven percent undecided.
Newark, Delaware (CNN) - Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell is asking voters to give her a second look. At a candidate forum sponsored by a group of local Republicans, O'Donnell blamed her campaign's recent troubles on unfair coverage in the "liberal media."
"I've put my name on the line. And I've taken a lot of hits ... a lot of character assassination," O'Donnell said.
(CNN) - President Barack Obama heads 19 miles east of the White House Thursday afternoon, to team up at a campaign event with Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley.
The president joins Maryland's Democratic governor, who's running for re-election this year, at a rally at Bowie State University.