The economy is framing everything in the post-election period - and not only for the short term. Here's why.
Pouring out in record numbers for President Barack Obama, Latinos added a strong voice to the broad labor-led, rainbow coalition that clinched the president's re-election last week.
Mitt's right. Obama won because of "gifts."
Unlike other Americans, Arizonans were not able to wake up the next morning to news of the state's election results.
President Barack Obama has achieved a narrow victory in Florida over Mitt Romney, according to the recount finished on Sat., Nov. 10.
Connecticut voters smacked down tea party Republican Linda McMahon on Election Day and chose Rep. Chris Murphy to be their new U.S. Senator.
Nov. 6 was a very bad day to be a Republican in California.
The growing Latino vote, much discussed in national politics, may have accounted for the Democrats' successes in Texas.
Battling an unprecedented barrage of lies, voter suppression laws, racially-charged attacks and fringe ideology on women, immigrants, gays and lesbians, fueled with billions of Wall Street and secretive super PACS dollars, the coalition backing the president pulled off what was once seen as an impossible task: reelection.
On November 6, voters in the key battleground state of Virginia formed extremely long lines and in some cases waited for hours to vote.