It would be useful to peer into Romney's and Obama's hearts tonight. But we won't be able to.
The state's voters will decide whether to require a photo ID at the polls. But they'll get no say in the specifics of the provision.
Expect Obama to try to focus on Osama bin Laden and the end of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, while Romney tries to steer things toward China.
If Georgia's John Barrow loses, there will be none left.
No, we can't all just get along—and that's a good thing.
The former presidential candidate challenged the country he loved while firmly embracing its people.
Mitt Romney's performance in nearby Denver has Republicans in Jefferson County fired up, narrowing Obama's once-sizable lead to a toss-up.
For legislative districts, inmates are considered part of communities where they’ll likely never live as free citizens.
Farewell to a decent man who was never treyf like Nixon.
A fellow South Dakotan remembers his friend and mentor, who died on Sunday at age 90.
Imagine if the government started policing Rush Limbaugh's facts.
It's the best of times if you're a gun manufacturer.
Will voters create a $430 million charter-school commission when school budgets are already suffering?
Libya? Who cares?
The Second Circuit strikes against the DOMA, bringing it that much closer to the Supreme Court.