Articles by Teresa Welsh
On Tuesday, three states voted to legalize gay marriage, demonstrating the issue's growing prominence across the country.
Democrats say Obama's re-election gives him a clear path to pursue his agenda, while Republicans argue their majority in the House keep them in the conversation.
Reports from swing states show irregularities with the voting process both before and on Election Day.
The United States added 171,000 jobs in October, but the unemployment rate ticked up .1 percentage points.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has publicly endorsed President Barack Obama for re-election, citing Hurricane Sandy and climate change.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has only good things to say about the president's response to Hurricane Sandy, leaving his party wondering what his motive is.
As widespread power outages and flooding affect millions on the East Coast, speculation continues as to whether or not the super storm was caused by climate change.
Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock said in a debate that he thinks pregnancy from rape is "God's intent."
The company announced the release of a smaller version of the wildly popular iPad to compete with an increasingly crowded tablet market.
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney met for the final time before the election to discuss foreign policy.