If you're too impatient to wait until Tuesday night and don't put much stock in either polls or pundits, here are five ways to know how things will shake out.
Brazilian news organizations that have pulled out of the service say they aren't hurting much. What if others follow suit?
Teenage riots, major property damage, and how Halloween nearly became "National Youth Honor Day"
Sandy caused sea levels in parts of the city to rise 13 feet. Climate change scientists say sea levels in New York and elsewhere may rise the same amount by 2200.
The death of Russell Means serves as a reminder of the vision of the American Indian Movement.
A confusing postcard meant to boost registration has some long-time voters thinking they've been dropped from the rolls.
And women didn't come up at all. This and other oddities, in our telling tally of trendy terms.
A timeline of the events leading up to his arrest and detention without bail
Neither the mysterious director nor Terry Jones appears to have "yelled fire in a crowded theater." In this interview, Yale Law Professor Jack Balkin explains why.
The most interesting thing about the Democratic National Convention's logo isn't obvious at first -- but that doesn't mean it won't have impact.
A utopia without pregnancy or childbearing? That was the dream of the controversial Dialectic of Sex author, who was found dead on Tuesday at 67.
The social media giant is building a campus that will look more like a park than an office. Why?
Nike touches a nerve in the debate over race and marketing with $315 shoes -- and black leaders may finally be saying "enough." A wrap-up of the week's debate.
From Hindu scholars to talking heads...
What the history of footwear reveals about a cultural divide -- and the appropriation of African American style.
What, you think they wear it just because it's hot out? Ha!
A humble paper product tells a story of farming, waste, and home technology in 19th- and 20th-century America.
No, not from the Illuminati. But close!
How a British king and a Los Angeles race riot gave rise to modern office wear
What began as a demonstration against university officials taking illegal profits is expanding as the government struggles to respond