President Obama declined to use a scheduled stop in Florida as a campaign event in the wake of the shootings at a Colorado movie theater. He told supporters, "there are going to be other days for politics. This, I think, is a day for prayer and reflection."
From his days as a student at Columbia University to date nights with Michelle to fundraising at some of the city's most elite addresses, Barack Obama knows a thing or two about the Big Apple. Follow in his footsteps, and explore Obama’s New York City.
Washington has just become the first state to allow people to register to vote via Facebook, and the way things are going, it won’t be the last.
The two-bedroom Harlem apartment where President Barack Obama lived while he attended Columbia University in the 1980s is for rent.
After Senate Republicans won a vote along party lines to kill the DISCLOSE Act, campaign finance reformers may have to wait until after the election to see any meaningful legislation come before Congress.
Winning this state in 2012 will come down to which campaign can woo Iowa’s ticket-splitting rural voters and swing Catholic voters, while establishing a edge in the politically diversifying cities.
There's still a reason to talk about Ron Paul, and it has to do with whether or not he'll be allowed to talk at the Republican National Convention next month.
The choice Colorado voters are anticipating in November is not so much Obama versus Romney, but whether voting for the guy they kind of like is worth the trouble.
He had weed jokes—another thing Mitt Romney was missing.
Mitt Romney told the NAACP Wednesday morning, "If you want a president who will make things better in the African American community, you are looking at him." The response was mixed.
In this first swing swing, we'll hear from voters in Colorado, Iowa, Wisconsin and Ohio about what's changed in their lives since 2008 and what matters most to them for the next four years.
In front of a standing-room-only audience, the blunt style of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie went over big at the Brookings Institute in Washington on Monday.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before.
Follow along as Anna Sale makes her way through the swing states, talking to to the most coveted — and besieged — voters in the country. In the swing state of Colorado, those are residents of the swelling suburbs and the growing numbers of Latino voters.
Herman Cain's new website goes above and beyond the high-water mark for weirdness Cain has set over and over again.
You know how your corner of Twitter reacted to last week's Supreme Court decision, but how did *everyone* on Twitter react?
As an experiment, and to tinker with some new tools, the WNYC Data News team tried to find out.
On Tuesday's Brian Lehrer Show, reporter Katherine Eban broke down her breakthrough investigation into the root cause of the Fast and Furious "gun-walking" scandal.
Our Supreme Court justices have been rather productive this week and their rulings will impact the lives of all of us who live in this country, including those who have chosen the United States as their adopted home, with or without proper documentation.
President Obama used one of the GOP’s favorite talking points against them in the wake of Thursday’s landmark Supreme Court decision upholding the Affordable Care Act.