Getting China to help rein in Pyongyang isn't easy and may be impossible
Decades ago in Allentown, he captured the zetigeist
The president will take his time reorganizing his staff, possibly making some structural changes along the way
Is Romney already preparing for his 2012 presidential campaign?
A roundup of some notable results around the country
It doesn't look like President Obama will borrow a page from President Bush's post-midterm playbook
Will the Republican-controlled House work with Democrats or just wait it out until 2012?
Looking back at the 2008 elections, the Republican party should be wary of its own hubris
If the Republican "wave" becomes something of a current, what's the reason
56% of the electorate thinks the government is doing things better left to businesses and individuals
Anecdotes of high Democratic turnout in urban areas do not indicate a Democratic surge
The mature way of understanding today's pending Democratic bloodbath
How Democratic targeting and voter contact can save them from even more catastrophic losses
From Florida to Alaska, what to watch for as the polls close
In an interview with talk show host Michael Baisden this afternoon, President Obama pulls back a word, replaces it, and makes the same point