Two young voters, one democrat and one republican, discuss what their reservations are about the candidate they are not voting for and their fears for the country if that candidate were to win.
By 11 p.m. on election night, top news outlets began calling North Carolina for Romney. Unofficial results in North Carolina showed Mitt Romney leading President Barack Obama. But with wins in other swing states, Obama won the presidency.
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Watch as we explain some of the problems Americans have with the electoral college system and address some "what ifs" about political life without it.
Christian rhetoric has become commonplace in American politics, so much so that no president in the last 25 years has not publicly identified as a Christian. But where did this trend come from and how is it changing?