It appears that Internet marketing via social media was the big winner in Election 2012, in a game changer from President Barack Obama’s campaign that echoes TV’s importance in the 1960 presidential contest.
As Congress and the president head into unknown political territory, how can both sides explain the fiscal cliff to everyday citizens? It may be time to go back to the lesson of Big Bird.
The decisions of two states to legalize marijuana have sparked a big debate over the rights of states versus the federal government. But could homegrown pot face an easier legal battle?
The battle for the U.S. Senate between Tim Kaine and George Allen in Virginia may have been settled in the litter box, instead of the ballot box, if the tightly contested election had come down to about 6,000 votes given to a cat.
Lost in Tuesday’s election night chaos was a decision in Puerto Rico to seek statehood in a nonbinding referendum. But the odds seem stacked against that happening.