A look inside The Nation's election night party and a glimpse at Obama victory celebrations in Brooklyn.
Barack Obama delivers his victory speech after being elected the forty-fourth president of the United States.
In America's first Web-driven election, campaign videos made by ordinary people--not campaigns or the news media--grabbed most of the attention
This election has seen an outpouring of political participation on walls, abandoned buildings, scaffolding and subway trains nationwide.
More than two dozen polling places are reported close to a standstill as record numbers of voters cast ballots in this crucial swing state.
Many citizens of Birmingham believe a new movement is taking place as a result of the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s.
Jon Stewart rips Proposition 8, an initiative that would rewrite the constitution to eliminate the rights of same-sex couples to marry in California.
The only one way Tuesday's vote will be protected is if citizens show up at the polls with cameras, note pads, cell phones and lawyers.
Energized by Obama's candidacy, expatriate Americans are voting in record numbers this year.
Rachel Maddow thinks that astronomically long waiting lines at voting sites are another form of Jim Crow era voter suppression.