At weekend house parties, his campaign supporters make a postelection foray into policy.
U.S. Rep. Kirsten Gillibrand, who's relatively conservative, is named to take the seat vacated by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
A controversial parody raises broader questions about the Republican Party’s outreach.
Caroline Kennedy, daughter of a president and niece of two senators, wants to join the family business.
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.
Both McCain and Obama cite the need for selflessness and service.
Obama's TV piece portrays him as part of the middle-class. McCain calls it 'gauzy.'