First there was anticipation, touched with a little bit of angst. Then there was exhilaration.
President Barack Obama had the last word in yesterday's presidential debate, and it was the one his supporters longed to hear, and his opponent longs to forget: 47 percent.
Ohioans applaud the Supreme Court order that, in effect, upholds the decision that a ban on early voting in the last three days before the Nov. 6 election was unconstitutional.
President Barack Obama stunned voters here after the results of the 2008 election poured in.
President Obama is slated to announce establishment of the César E. Chávez National Monument.
The increasingly likely win by President Obama may amount to a mandate to preserve, if not extend, the social safety net and the social insurance programs.
The Quinnipiac/New York Times/CBS News poll of likely voters released today, taken entirely after Mitt Romney's 47% remarks, show his campaign running aground.
Polls continued to show this past weekend that Mitt Romney is falling behind in Ohio, with President Obama now doing 50 percent or better.
Eighty demonstrators gathered outside the Hilton Anatole luxury hotel to clarify understanding of the true program of Mitt Romney.
Will the choice be in favor of the interests of the 1% at the peril of everyone else? Or will our country come together and represent the needs of the majority?