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However, as President Obama began to claim swing states across the country, the election swung in his favor. Romney suffered a hard blow when his own home state of Massachusetts was secured by Obama, a state that Romney believed he had. Obama secured
As a rule, I no longer watch ABC but there was no doubt to me that she was slurring her words. Whether it was drunk, or high, or on prescription meds, she wasn't right...As a rule, I no longer watch ABC but there was no doubt to me that she was
Depending on tomorrow's outcome (and your political persuasion), you may need a shoulder to cry on, or a celebratory beer. Regardless, there's a good chance you'll get through it better surrounded by your fellow citizens. Here's a list of bars, clubs,
Results are in from the Aug. 1-15 segment of The American Pundit political writing contest, and as with the last segment, writers on opposite sides of the United States have advanced to the next round of competition with their winning entries.
Despite his absence from early primary coverage, Current TV's Keith Olbermann will soon be part of the act. In a tweet posted Sunday, the volatile anchor of the "Countdown" show said he would be "running the election coverage of
Today's post is purely about how television followed the campaign and, more important, your thoughts on the coverage...I mean, I love John Campbell as much as the next guy, but he just seemed to be too involved in Monday's debate on TV3 (though TV3's
New Jersey Network's replacement will cover its first statewide election Tuesday, more than three months after the state-owned operation went off the air...The station debuted its first live newscast on Monday night and plans to follow up with
General Election, from the campaign trail through to polling day results, bringing New Zealanders the information and insight they need to decide the next Government. Highlights of this coverage, plus exclusive content will be available online at the
After losing viewers to cable news networks on recent election nights, television's biggest broadcasters are fighting back hard for the midterm contest. ABC, CBS and PBS will each stream part of their election-night coverage on
Last week, I talked a bit about our election coverage and why we do what we do. This week, I'd like to discuss when we do what we do because timing in life is everything, no? A call came in after last week's column from a reader who suggested that it'