On 6 November 2012 America decides whether Barack Obama will have a second term as president. Has he delivered the change he promised in 2008? Will voters turn to Republican challenger Mitt Romney? Sarah Elzas, Laura Angela Bagnetto and Philip Crowther will report for RFI on the US presidential election 2012.All archives
Twenty-two people, including children, have been killed and dozens injured by a suicide boimber at a pop concert by US star Ariana Grande, in Britain's deadliest terror attack in 12 years. The authorities are treating it as a terrorist incident. French President Emmanuel Macron expressed his horror and consternation.
The election explained
Michelle Obama proudly cast her ballot early for hubby Barack on 15 October. While the choice was clear for the First Lady, not everyone else is clear on the differences between the two leading candidates in the US presidential election. Here’s how …
More than 210 million US citizens are eligible to vote in this year’s presidential election. Here’s a look at the United States in statistics.
More than 40 per cent of people polled around the world would like to vote in American elections. Tough luck! Although whoever wins the 6 November US presidential poll will take decisions that affect the entire globe, only US citizens will get to …
James Carville famously posted the words "It's the economy, stupid" on the wall of Bill Clinton's campaign headquarters in 1992. And to some extent, he's right. No US president since Franklin Roosevelt has been reelected with an unemployment rate …