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2012 U.S. Presidential Election

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  • Obama Says People Should 'Go to the Movies'

    In an interview with ABC News on Wednesday, President Obama called the cyber attack on Sony "very serious," but suggested that the administration has yet to establish the hacker threat to moviegoers over "The Interview" as credible.
  • The stunningly static white evangelical vote

    There's plenty of discussion about the difference between midterm and presidential electorates, but there is one emerging constant: the white evangelical vote. At least one interest group, Ralph Reed's Faith & Freedom Coalition, claimed that conservative...

    New in paperback: 'The First Phone Call From Heaven,' others

    New in paperback: 'The First Phone Call From Heaven,' others
    The First Phone Call From Heaven by Mitch Albom, Harper, 327 pages, $15.99 The residents of Coldwater, Mich., begin receiving mysterious phone calls with voices on the other end saying they are calling from heaven. As "miracle fever" sweeps through...

    From CNN's 'Magic Wall' to Fox News' 'Bill-board,' Cable News Gears Up For Election Night

    Trying to keep up with the latest election results Tuesday night? You can look to your favorite news site or TV network, of course, but you can also look to the skies of Manhattan. As part of a flashy stunt put into place by CNN, the lights of the...

    Minority voting blocs receiving plenty of attention

    Minority voting blocs  receiving plenty of attention
    African-American and Hispanic voters have much in common. They are the two largest minority voting blocks — Hispanics becoming the largest in recent years. Both are extremely important in close elections in different states. Usually both groups of...