Sure, people are asking psychics whether Romney or Obama will be inaugurated in January, but we’re looking to America’s (second?) favorite sport for a prediction.
A Redskins win meant the incumbent party would stay put. A Redskins loss meant the White House would change parties. With only one exception — 2004 — this trend has held in every election cycle.
The cover of the November 3 issue of National Journal.
Republicans need more of these… Democrats need more of these: No matter what happens on Election Day, neither party can assume it has a sustainable electoral majority. By Ronald Brownstein
In Canada, they live-blogged. Same thing across the pond in Great Britain. Ditto in Italy and Israel. In France, they dubbed the debate with the dulcet tones of the French language. Al Jazeera English watched and reported on the debate in real time. The Times of India had a story on its website before 7 a.m. India Standard Time.
On a night when President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney turned their focus to foreign policy in ther final debate, media around the globe reciprocated, turning their attention to the debate.”
Oh hi there, Paul Ryan.
Has anyone logged into their OKC account to see compatibility with the VP candidate?
Last year few of us knew the Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan or the now famous P90X workout plan, but TIME was early on the story. We sent Gregg Segal to photograph Ryan at a Wisconsin gym last year. Here are the some of the unpublished photographs from that session.
See more photos here.
Do people usually work out in baseball caps? - BdM
The cover of the September 29 issue of National Journal.
Defying Gravity: The numbers say Obama should be losing. Why isn’t he? By Major Garrett, Beth Reinhard, and Jim Tankersley
Wondering which brew you should sip at your Election night party? Reach for a Dos Equis if you want to appear bipartisan. If you’re a proud Republican, Sam Adams may be your beer. Heineken will be better received by your left-wing friends.
Find out how the data was found for this graph.
What do you think? Is this just silly or does your beer line up with your politics? (My favorite beer didn’t make the list).
Best Flair from the DNC (PHOTOS)
Kelly Jacobs, from Hernando, Miss., wears button laden campaign hat while touring the convention hall ahead of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Monday, Sept. 3, 2012. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)