Black voters were a key part of Obama’s election in 2008. But now some African-American leaders are criticizing him for not doing enough.
Democratic control of Washington brings unity but also new demands.
Americans elect their first black president and deal a blow to an era of Republican ascendancy.
Clinton and Obama declare a truce in war of words, but the contest has been altered.
His candidacy works to inspire, while she appeals to reason and cites credentials.