EARLYBIRD: HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE WEB
Good morning from The Oval, as President Obama hits the campaign trail again in Nevada and Colorado.
President Obama spent time this afternoon at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland and awarded two Purple Hearts.
Vice President Biden invited a group of firefighters to the White House today the way only he can.
Every election has potential wild-card issues -- and this year one of them is concern about Israel and Iran.
In a matter of minutes, Scott Van Duzer became the answer to a political trivia question.
President Obama led the White House staff in a moment of silence for the anniversary of 9/11.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is suggesting punishment for the retired Navy SEAL who wrote a book about the Osama bin Laden operation.
Post-convention polls are mostly good news for President Obama -- though Mitt Romney can take heart from at least one of them.
Good morning from the Oval, on a day of remembrance.
Documents released today bolster the contention the U.S. covered up Soviet guilt for the infamous 1940 Katyn massacre of Polish officers.