Enthusiasm didn't matter on Election Day; turnout did.

Despite the GOP's losses on Election Day, most of their vulnerable House members won by wider margins than in 2010. So will they feel the need to cut a deal?

Despite the country's increasing embrace of marijuana legalization and gay marriage, it's actually gotten more conservative on issues like abortion and guns in recent years.

Romney's '47 percent' comment will live on in the election results.

More voters on Election Day identified as "liberal" than in any presidential election since at least 1976.

A look at which states shifted the most -- and least -- between 2008 and 2012.

A party has now won the House popular vote but failed to win the majority at least five times in the last 100 years.

Most demographic groups have been shifting toward supporting gay marriage in recent years, but the most important shift may be among black and Hispanic voters.

He trails by more than 2,000 votes with basically every vote counted, but his campaign is threatening to sue.

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