By MANNY FERNANDEZ
Mayor Julián Castro of San Antonio will give the Democrats’ keynote address, the role that brought national attention to Barack Obama.
By MICHAEL D. SHEAR
President Obama’s 2012 convention in North Carolina will be weighed down by four years of politics, wars overseas and promises kept and broken.
By VIV BERNSTEIN
The list of grievances Sunday included the crackdown on illegal immigrants and foreclosures across the country, but there were fewer protesters than some had anticipated.
By JENNIFER STEINHAUER
John A. Boehner has assisted G.O.P. candidates with what some say is a record amount of money raised by a House speaker, surpassing the former speaker Nancy Pelosi in this cycle.
By JACKIE CALMES
Following the Republican National Convention, President Obama added a new element to his usual stump speech, describing Mitt Romney and Congressional Republicans as backward-looking.
By TRIP GABRIEL
Representative Paul D. Ryan may live in Wisconsin, but he often uses his college years to highlight his Ohio ties.
By GERRY MULLANY
Paul Ryan admitted that he got it wrong in talking about his marathon performance.
By JIM RUTENBERG and JEFF ZELENY
Mitt Romney’s path to the White House would be severely narrowed without the 18 electoral votes from Ohio, where he continues to trail President Obama in polls.
By BRIAN KNOWLTON
President Obama’s aides accused the Republicans of “lies” after their convention, but one of Mitt Romney’s advisers called his speech “a home run.”
By NICHOLAS CONFESSORE, JULIE CRESWELL and DAVID KOCIENIEWSKI
The New York attorney general is investigating whether private equity firms converted fees into investments to reduce their tax bills, raising pressure on an industry bruised by the campaign season.
By JEREMY W. PETERS
The Mormon church is gaining widespread acceptance in part because of Mitt Romney, another prominent Mormon said on Sunday.
By CARL HULSE
President Obama is following the path of Senator Michael Bennet, who defeated a conservative Republican in 2010, a year of struggle for Democrats.
By JEREMY W. PETERS and JACKIE CALMES
Big crowds cheered both presidential candidates as Mitt Romney began a post-convention tour and President Obama looked ahead to his own convention next week.
By NATE SILVER
The available polling data does not show a significant advantage for Mitt Romney in the wake of the Republican National Convention.
By CHARLIE SAVAGE
Suzanne Barr, the chief of staff to the director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, resigned on Saturday after accusations that she had created an office culture hostile to men.
By MARK LEIBOVICH
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey spoke for Mitt Romney in Tampa, Fla., but he had plenty of folks who were just as ready to talk about him.
By MICHAEL COOPER
Recent events in the contest between President Obama and Mitt Romney have raised new questions about whether the political culture still holds any penalty for falsehood.
By MICHAEL BARBARO and MICHAEL D. SHEAR
The most bizarre 12 minutes in recent convention history — Clint Eastwood’s rambling appearance — were set in motion by Mitt Romney himself.
By JEREMY W. PETERS
Mitt Romney on Friday toured hurricane-ravaged regions of Louisiana, a visit that seemed intended to convey an unmistakable air of presidential authority.
By MICHAEL D. SHEAR, JEREMY W. PETERS and JACKIE CALMES
Mitt Romney had announced earlier that he will tour the bayou region south of New Orleans today. President Obama will travel there on Monday.