Washington has been in a frenzy all week as sordid political rumours spill forth from the new book on the US '08 presidential campaign, Game Change. From affairs to racist remarks, what were the spiciest revelations?
26% of Americans believe Barack Obama "stole" the 2008 Presidential election, via voter fraud from community organiser ACORN -- by comparison, only 18% of Americans thought Bush stole the 2000 election.
The contents of Sarah Palin's new book, Going Rogue, are beginning to leak out. Amongst the revelations, Palin claims she was hushed-up from speaking on election night and the McCain campaign slugged her with a $500k legal bill.
Barack Obama's notorious campaign remark in that "bitter" Pennsylvania blue-collar voters "cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them" was almost his undoing. Mayhill Fowler provides a fascinating behind-the-scenes insight into why he said what he did.
Read the concession speech the Republican Party wouldn't let Sarah Palin make after the 2008 US Presidential election, plus the victory speech she never got to make.
Get a peak inside Barack Obama's 2008 Presidential campaign from the man pulling all the strings, campaign manager David Plouffe, with this extract from his new memoir, The Audacity to Win
Listen to the Chicago Tribune's audio of the FBI Blagovejich tapes as the trial unfolds.
President Obama continues to be the biggest drawcard in US apart from the Super Bowl. He's certainly a bigger drawcard than Fox TV's American Idol, writes Glenn Dyer.