Shields and Brooks on Shifting Demographics, Future 'Grand Bargain'…
With the re-election of President Barack Obama and the rejection of Tea Party darlings like Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock, it may be time for Republicans to reinvent American conservatism.
Mitt Romney Concedes Presidential Race to Pres. Obama…
NewsHour and The Associated Press examine what voters in two critical Colorado counties -- Arapahoe and Jefferson -- have to say about what has influenced their ballot decisions, from disdain of political ads to education and the economy.
By Molly Finnegan
The 2012 presidential campaigns wrapped up their efforts and prepared for the results as voters went to the polls on November 6.
By Online DA
There have been winners and losers in every presidential election. The suspense of Election Day builds as the votes are tallied. Here are some of those presidential candidates at moments when they discover they have won or lost the U.S.
By Tom LeGro
Even though it's Election Day and voters have been heading to the polls, it doesn't mean the candidates aren't keeping busy. Here's what some of them are doing today.
By Tom LeGro
Voters are heading to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots for local and national offices, including for president of the United States. Here are some scenes from polling places.
By Paul Solman
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney speaks during a campaign stop. Photo by Edward Linsmier via Getty Images. As of yesterday, President Obama had already been re-elected. Or so it seemed to Paddy Power, the…
On Eve of Election, Making Campaign Assessments and Early Predictions…
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