Some were mad, some were resigned, and some seemed weirdly pleased.
We break it down for you, with an easy-to-digest set of opinions you can adopt as your own.
Texas, for starters.
Forget about the hour-by-hour machinations. Here's what we need to understand.
And no, that is not hyperbole.
The question that haunted the post-war industrial tech boom of the 1950s is rising again: Have we reached a stage at which technology is destroying more jobs than it's creating?
Fueling the needs of biofuel factories could mean growing fields of 30-foot-tall grass, but no one’s positive it will stay where it’s told.
The GOP can't learn from its mistakes if it doesn't understand them.
One of the nation's oldest unions has waged a decidedly newfangled battle with a coal company, winning back retirement benefits for thousands of members.
It turns out the press was equally favorable toward Obama and Romney. Go figure.
Ted Cruz hit a home run at this weekend’s Values Voter Summit by playing to the religious right’s love of martyrdom.
Some in the Republican party have no idea that they've already lost.
Catholic charities contract with the feds to provide services for undocumented immigrants, but are crucial reproductive services being denied in the name of religious liberty?
Defending the United States' great experiment in governance from the haters
The Prospect talks to Sudhir Venkatesh about his new book Floating City: A Rogue Sociologist Lost and Found in New York’s Underground Economy .