Tuesday marks the 57th time we Americans have gone to the polls to elect a president of the United States. Of the 57 occasions, however, only rarely have elections occurred during times of revolution. So what options do we have?
The results of the upcoming US presidential election will determine who Americans have decided to let run the country for the next four years. For firearm enthusiasts, it could mean the future of their livelihood.
Mitt Romney’s branding Russia as America’s prime geopolitical foe apparently doesn’t inhibit his family’s quest for business opportunities. Son Matt reportedly traveled to Moscow seeking investments for his firm.
While many look to official government statistics and Gallup polls to see where their candidate stands in the 2012 US election race, others are turning to more irreverent ways, like a cup of coffee or a piece of gum, to get their voice heard.
The defense bill that lets the government indefinitely detain any US citizen without charge or trial wasn't mentioned once during the three presidential debates, but that didn’t stop activists from sounding off: #StopNDAA went worldwide Monday night.
The final presidential debate saw the candidates lock horns over foreign policy, with Obama attacking his rival's inconsistencies. Romney responded by criticizing the incumbent for an “apology tour” that weakened the US’ image on the world stage.
As Romney and Obama prepare do battle over foreign policy in their third and final debate on Monday night, anti-war activist Brian Becker says viewers shouldn’t expect tough questions to be asked – or for foreign policy to change anytime soon.