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Obama borrows Beyonce’s moves

Obama borrows Beyonce’s moves

11/12/12 07:00PM

In a behind-the-scenes video from the Obama campaign, the president borrows Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” dance moves in celebration of the engagement of two staff members. Rev. Al Sharpton explains. watch

Honoring our veterans

Honoring our veterans

11/12/12 07:00PM

President Obama marked Veterans Day by laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns and addressing those who gave so much in service to their country. watch

GOP coming around on tax reform

GOP coming around on tax reform

11/12/12 07:00PM

After losing in last week’s election, some Republicans are starting change their tune on tax reform. Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., and Cynthia Tucker, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, debate if Republicans are feeling the pressure on raising taxes on... watch

Florida finally finishes election

Florida finally finishes election

11/12/12 07:00PM

The numbers from Florida are finally in, but the delay highlights the state’s flawed electoral process. Rev. Al Sharpton looks at what went wrong, and why much of that blame falls on Gov. Rick Scott. watch

Republicans struggle to regroup

Republicans struggle to regroup

11/12/12 07:00PM

Republicans are still trying to shake the post-election blues by figuring out who to blame. Karl Rove, pollsters, Rush Limbaugh, and Romney himself are all targets. How will the GOP move forward? Dana Milbank of the Washington Post and Victoria... watch

Photo: AP/David Goldman

Karl Rove's very expensive fail

11/08/12 05:56PM

Mitt Romney really wanted to be president, investing years of his life on the campaign trail. But given the amount of money that Karl Rove spent to defeat President Obama, it's possible Rove wanted the White House even more.... read more

Photo: AP/Seth Perlman

Obama won, and voter suppression lost

11/07/12 06:02PM

The right-wing worked hard to suppress the vote in Tuesday's election, with an effort that began months ago, when conservatives took control of many state houses. Ultimately, thanks in part to the courts, and in part to the determination of voters, America proved that voting rights cannot be stolen.... read more

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Machine turns vote for Obama into one for Romney

11/06/12 07:52PM

A Pennsylvania electronic voting machine was taken out of service after being captured on video changing a vote for President Obama into one for Mitt Romney, NBC News has confirmed. Republicans have also said machines have turned Romney votes into Obama ones.... read more

Credit: Cook County Clerk's Office

Casting a vote -- between contractions

11/06/12 04:30PM

Galicia Malone was not going to let anything stop her from voting in her first presidential election. Not even the birth of her child. The 21-year-old Chicago-area woman voted early this morning just a few hours after going into labor, reported The Huffington Post.... read more

Photo: AP/Carolyn Kaster

Springsteen on the line! Obama has a treat for BFF Christie

11/05/12 07:36PM

President Obama and Governor Chris Christie have become bipartisan BFFs  since Christie praised Obama's handling of Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in New Jersey. President Obama gave his new buddy a nice thank-you gift today:  he got Bruce Springsteen to give superfan Christie a call.... read more

People wait in line for early voting in the parking lot of the Northland Park Center on November 4 in Columbus, Ohio. No Republican has won the US presidency without winning Ohio's electoral votes. (Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images/AFP)

Voting in pivotal Ohio is already a mess

11/05/12 12:30PM

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted is assuring the country that voting is proceeding smoothly in the election’s single most pivotal state. In fact, the process has been marred by excessive lines at the polls amid a GOP-driven reduction in early voting hours, and by last-minute legal wrangling. And things could be about to get even worse. read more

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