While the results rolled in, some New York voters (and non-voters) hit Match.com’s singles mixer, which turned out to be a bastion of political apathy.
“Today was Pearl Harbor.”
On stage in Chicago, the VP doesn’t hide his emotion.
Ch-ch-ch-changes. With key electoral wins and ballot initiatives, the hippies are taking over.
Times reporter Jodi Kantor tweeted a preview of tomorrow morning’s front page. 2012 less about the “decisive victory” for hope and change of 2008.
Tammy Baldwin defeated former Gov. Tommy Thompson to become the first out LGBT person — and a “proud … Wisconsin progressive” — in the U.S. Senate.
UPDATED: Maine and Maryland approved marriage equality measures, and a third is leading in Washington. The amendment to ban same-sex couples from marrying lost in Minnesota as well.
“I sent my Mom [in Arkansas] a text saying, your son’s gay and your daughter’s had a few abortions. Think about it.”
Here are 17 people who think so.
Sobering photographs from a part of Queens still without power more than a week after Hurricane Sandy.
“I think the decision by Romney to leave Chris Christie at the altar was the most devastating decision they made,” the MSNBC host says.
President Obama wins a second term. Ohio puts him over the mark, and Virginia gives him 300 electoral votes.
“People are being pushed to provisional ballots unnecessarily when they should be able to vote a regular ballot,” Sen. Eric Kearney says. “We’ve not heard of any issues,” says the Secretary of State’s office.
Holy. Cute. I really hope this is what the age of Obama ushers in.