David J. Dent
Tuesday's election could decide a lot more than who sits in the US Senate—it could set the tone for the future of the state.
The blue wave washed away GOP incumbents in unexpected places from South Carolina to Oklahoma.
She could become the first black female governor in the state's history, and a symbol of a changing South.
Supporters and opponents of the president have been rubbing elbows at the beach, with combustable results.
How doubts have begun to creep in for one Trump voter on Long Island.
“Oh man, so many stares.”
Fueled by liberal hopes and a huge pile of campaign donations, Randy Bryce is trying to do the impossible in Wisconsin.
We talked to people who voted for Obama before backing Trump—and some are having doubts less than a year after the election.
In key swing states, Donald Trump appealed to some of the same voters who backed Barack Obama—and those voters said the most important thing was fighting against the way things were.
Almost one in five young black men voted for Mitt Romney in 2012, even though many supported Barack Obama four years earlier—but few of those voters are coming back to the GOP in the age of Trump.