October 12, 2012
"The odds favor Obama, but just very slightly. I'm voting for Romney," says Miller. The view from the track.
It's October, which means it's time for horror movies. These are the weirdest, most horrifying ones we could find on Netflix.
Clinton gave her first major remarks on Libya since Oct. 3 this morning. House Republicans still not satisfied.
The Vice President said Planned Parenthood under law couldn't perform abortions while campaigning in Wisconsin. A spokesperson says he was referring to federal funding, which the ban only applies to.
The designer once told a group of people in her store at an event: "Everyone here better be a Democrat; no Republicans!"
An energy drink company hyped up its celebrity attended launch party by promoting a hashtag for the event. A handful of hooligans swarmed the hashtag, livetweeting a fake version of the worst (and funniest) party ever.
The press isn't really sure why it's here. Something to do with the atmosphere.
Well, the man did say that he loves humor!
A new study provides the data to what many knew anecdotally: The rise of patent trolls has gotten out of control. And they're killing innovation.
Also President Obama.
Jay Carney: Biden Was Speaking About Himself, The President, And The White House, Not The Administration
The White House press secretary said the Vice President didn't contradict the State Department last night because he was not speaking about the Administration as a whole.
Instead of throwing them out or throwing them to the moths, use them for things like home accessories and slippers.
"The Laughing Philosopher."
Swing state papers emphasized the aggressive tone, but declined to come to a consensus on a clear winner in the vice presidential debate.
Alexis Ohanian started Reddit, the self-proclaimed "front page of the internet." Then he helped kill SOPA, the bill that threatened to destroy it. Now he's running for President. Of the whole thing.
Soledad O'Brien goes after Redstate blogger Erick Erickson's opinion that debate moderator Martha Raddatz did an 'atrocious' job moderating the vice presidential debate in Kentucky. Erickson: "I think you're a journalists and journalists are going to give her cover. I thought she was horrible."
What a wise, wise man.
From 2001. For Nike. Just Do It.
Pretend you saw the whole 90 minutes by watching this.
Rep. Brad Sherman lays hands on Rep. Howard Berman in the bitter Los Angeles race. They're both Democrats!
Medium-sized ideas, and not too much detail, on display in Kentucky.
A central focus of Thursday's debate.
Romney aides fought to define Biden — and the smile that dominated the debate stage — as condescending and totally insane. "Bordering on unhinged."
Raddatz not only upstaged last week's lackluster performance by Jim Lehrer, she was the debate's star.
Both candidates took time to watch their running mates debate tonight.
"My father was my father," says Beau.
No longer the 'Ryan Budget," Democrats start tying controversial entitlement cuts directly to down-ballot Republicans.
“Absolutely psyched,” says Jim Messina, the night gives “energy” to the campaign. “Arrogant Cheshire Cat with a big smile,” fires back Ryan ally Senator Rand Paul.
Widely slammed Jim Lehrer, or well-liked Martha Raddatz?
Maybe Paul Ryan was just really funny.
Joe Biden might have the most GIF-able smile in politics.
MSNBC host avoids a freakout.
"I don't believe I have ever seen a debate in which one participant was as openly disrespectful as the other as Biden was."
"No apology." And more scribbles caught on camera.
It's forceful Joe Biden versus gesticulating Joe Biden as Ryan moderates. "Oh, now you're Jack Kennedy?"
The Vice Presidential Debate's moderator is so popular that people are asking why we can't just vote for her in November. "I plan to write in Martha Raddatz for vice president."
When talking about foreign policy, Joe Biden almost said "shit" on live TV.
Rob Zerban, Paul Ryan's congressional challenger, is down in Danville to counter-program his debate.