On the way to the grocery store in Fort Collins, Colo, Tuesday, 4-year-old Abigael Evans started to cry over the sounds of NPR on the radio. Her mother asked her what was wrong.
Here is the clip of Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Fox & Friends this morning, slamming the suggestion (at 2:05) that he and Romney might “tour some of the damage” from Sandy and praising Obama’s handling of the disaster (at 5:25). Rich political matter.
Join TIME’s politics team at 11 a.m. (EST) Tuesday for a Google+ Hangout discussing Monday night’s presidential debate.
President Obama won the foreign policy debate, cleanly and decisively, on both style and substance. It was as clear a victory as Mitt Romney’s in the first debate.
The latest addition to President Obama’s stump speech, debuted Friday in Virginia, is a running schtick about Romney’s Etch-a-Sketching ways.
TIME’s politics team brings you up-to-the-minute Twitter commentary and coverage throughout the Denver debate.
What better way to explore the partisan brain than by running convention delegates through a fast-paced linguistic gauntlet? In both Tampa and Charlotte, the TIME video team compiled lists of buzzwords and set out in search of willing players. There were only two rules for our game of word association: answer as quickly as possible and …
Today TIME’s video team introduces you to Bill Rettinger, a delegate from Florida who says the Affordable Care Act helped him win a fight against cancer.
It is not every day that you run into a liberal Mormon. But on Tuesday, for the first time in history, Democratic members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints held a meeting at their party’s Convention. “We are here. We are Mormons and we support Democrats for Obama,” said Robert Taber, who leads the group Mormons for …
TIME’s video team is featuring a delegate (or two) each day at the Democratic National Convention. Today’s delegate is a woman from American Samoa, a retired Air Force veteran who came to Charlotte with her husband from their Pacific island home.
TIME’s video team brings you two Wednesday features: First, A short highlight of last night’s speeches and preview of what the politicos will be slavering over this evening:
TIME talks to South Carolina’s governor about the role of government, the Occupy movement and Romney’s challenges with women.