Oh, for heaven’s sake…looking at the chances of an Electoral College tie.
(Incidentally, who wins in the case of an Electoral College tie? The newly-elected U.S. House.)
The GDP report explained in six charts.
Who is affected by Pennsylvania’s new voter suppression law?
Many Pennsylvanians may not have the right ID to vote under the law, even if they think they do.
Early voting will be more important than ever this year.
Republican Senate candidate in Ohio is invested in funds betting against U.S. treasury bonds–which would mean he would profit from a default.
“Dark money nonprofits” like Karl Rove’s Crossroads are looking for new loopholes to keep their donors secret and stay on the air.
Sanford Weill, former Citigroup CEO, explains why he now thinks it’s time to break up the big banks.
Occupy Our Homes stops a Bank of America foreclosure auction in Minnesota.
Corporations are paying out less and less of their money in wages.
Fox News reporting on the economy isn’t remotely true.
Why don’t more reporters understand how taxes work?
What did Romney learn from the Bush years?
Song for the Day: Mountain Goats, “Old College Try”: