Members of the Tea Party movement say they are not beholden to the GOP.
Calvin Trillin offers a delightful record of the 2008 presidential campaign in verse.
The estimated 136 million Americans who voted are part of a radical transformation of American politics – and not just in terms of ideology and party identification.
Democratic control of Washington brings unity but also new demands.
His victory means many things to many people. Here's how a cluster of Americans – black and white, liberal and conservative – experienced the historic 2008 election.