Between the time Tuesday's presidential race was called and the time Barack Obama took the stage in Chicago to accept his victory, the president made and received two very important phone calls.
State Sen. Wendy Davis credits hard work for winning close re-election on Tuesday.
A record number of women were elected to Congress Tuesday night.
After a six-year quest to lead the United States, Romney must return to life as a private citizen.
A decidedly populist, at times even angry, tone fueled Ted Cruz's rise from virtual unknown to U.S. senator-elect.
Texas voters chose more of the same in the Texas Legislature next year.
Gov. Rick Perry is calling for the repeal of the White House-backed federal health care reform law and urging Washington to stop trampling states' rights.
The most important number for President Barack Obama on Election Day was 270, the number of electoral votes needed to clinch his re-election. For the rest of us, the culmination of the marathon 2012 presidential...
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The president won the votes of racial minorities by a landslide — 93 percent of black, 73 percent of Asians and 71 percent of Latinos, up from 67 percent four years ago.