Republicans risk abandoning the present and future if they cannot adapt to changing cultural realities.
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On Morning Joe, David Axelrod's famous whiskers came off for a good cause: to support epilepsy research.
An owner of the Kindle Fire HD explores its most important features and settings.
Obama has a new negotiating strategy and it means the wealthy will have a tax increase
Groupon was overvalued from the get-go. Its stock price should never have been so high in the first place. Now, it has to rebuild its business.
Two weeks after an election, with zero talk about gun control, a mother has thwarted a mentally disturbed man from shooting a theater full of preteens.
It's beginning to look like Obama obtained 50.79% of the popular vote over Mitt Romney’s 47.65% with a margin of victory of 3.14% over three million votes. But does he have a mandate?
Veterans Day is a solemn and thoughtful time where we give thanks to all of those that have served in America's military forces. Here's how it all started.
When suspicion is due it should be investigated but the most obvious answer is not always the right one.
Libertarian Ron Paul's fiscal cliff talk is nothing but the same old GOP minority disenfranchisement rhetoric.
The reasons range from Obamacare to Obama's hostility to coal.
Jeb Bush and George P. Bush have higher political ambitions, but can America handle any more Bushes in public office?
Come January, President Obama will definitely be searching for new members of his cabinet, as some big names are likely to resign their positions.
Will we hear an "I told ya so" when Nate Silver appears on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart tonight?
Some old and new faces in the Democratic Party will make an attempt at the president in 2016.
One election ends and another begins. Here are some of the candidates we will see running for the Republican nomination in 2016.
The latest job numbers show that things are trending well for President Obama going into election day.
All the concerns about Hurricane Sandy impacting voter turnout are just pre-election jitters.
Daylight Savings Time starts on Sunday. So why do we do it?
On Tuesday, Barack Obama is the only choice for president.
Nate Silver is catching a lot of flak from Joe Scarborough and other pundits, and it's led to highly-publicized wager.
Someone should tell Green Party nominee Jill Stein that this isn't the 1960s.
Iowa Republican Congressman Steve King's position is unrealistic and political.
President Obama and Mitt Romney have rescheduled some of their campaign events because of the approaching mega storm Sandy (a.k.a. Frankenstorm).
A tight race, such as the Obama vs. Romney match, offers the possibility for crazy scenarios.