White House confirms president will be first-ever US head of state to travel to once-isolated southeast Asian nation
Newly re-elected president speaks with global leaders, thanking them for their friendship and partnership
China's leaders did not publicly support either Obama or Romney, both of whom vowed during campaign to get tough on China if elected
Hillary Clinton says she will step down from her job as President Barack Obama prepares for his second term
Obama's re-election tied to growing optimism about the economy, large turnout of women, minorities and young voters
VOA correspondents and reporters talked to people around the world about the U.S. election and President Barack Obama's win.
Kunleng discusses last night’s US election results and the domestic and foreign challenges confronting Obama’s second term.
President Barack Obama will vote in Chicago, Republican challenger Mitt Romney to vote in Boston after making last-minute campaign stops
Only a handful of the country's 50 states are considered to be virtually tied, led by Ohio, Florida and Wisconsin, along with Virginia, Colorado and Iowa
In final rallies ahead of next week's election, the president and Republican challenger Mitt Romney discuss their views on results of major economic report
Kunleng discusses some of the key issues driving voters in next week’s US Presidential elections.
Candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney remain tied in key battleground states a day before Election Day in the United States