McCain and Obama differ on solutions, which could echo FDR’s during the Great Depression.
Demographic shifts may help turn the state blue.
Amos ‘Duke’ Griffin Sr. knows racial violence, disaffection, and homelessness. Now, on his path to a more stable life, he elects to vote for the first time.
Obama’s fundraising record could signal the end of public funding for major candidates.
Obama seems to be benefiting so far, but McCain forces are hustling to get their supporters out, too.
More than all his predecessors, Bush may see his legacy shaped by the barrage of new media.
The next president is expected to name at least one new justice to the closely divided court.
Prejudice lingers, but there’s evidence it’s becoming a thing of the past.