CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan President-elect Nicolas Maduro said on Tuesday he will not allow the opposition to hold a march in the center of Caracas planned for Wednesday to demand a recount of votes following Sunday's presidential election. Full story
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Montenegro's incumbent president, Filip Vujanovic, claimed victory on Sunday in a tight-run presidential election based on the ruling party's own vote-count, disputing opposition claims that their candidate was ahead. Full story
MOMBASA, Kenya (Reuters) - At least five people were killed in the Kenyan coastal town of Kilifi in an attack by unidentified machete-wielding men as voting began in a tense presidential election on Monday, district police said, bringing the death toll in violence on the coast to nine so far. Full story
Guest host Karen Finney explains that now that a new progressive majority has exerted its power, two presidential elections in a row, it’s important that coalition of Americans leverage its power on the policy side in 2013.
The hard-fought presidential election dominated headlines for most of 2012, but there were some other political stories that also caught the nation’s attention. Politico’s Edward-Isaac Dovere breaks down what they were.
The final result for the 2012 presidential election still isn’t official, but the numbers keep flowing in day to day. The Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd takes a deeper look at what the votes all mean with the Cook Political Report’s David Wasserman.
The Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd breaks out the decision app to take a closer look at how Florida’s I-4 Corridor voted in the presidential election. The Tampa Bay Times’ Adam Smith joins him to break it down.
President Obama and former governor Mitt Romney both spent billions of dollars and logged thousands of miles on the campaign trail, and it all culminated in one very dramatic election night. Take a look back at the long road that led to the Presidential election.
A voter casts his shadow on the wall as he arrives at the polling station outside Kenilworth School during the U.S. presidential election in Phoenix, Arizona November 6, 2012. REUTERS/Joshua Lott
A voter leaves polling station outside Hayden Park during the U.S. presidential election in Phoenix, Arizona November 6, 2012. REUTERS/Joshua Lott
Supporters of moderate cleric Hassan Rohani celebrate his victory in Iran's presidential election on a street in Tehran June 15, 2013. Rohani won Iran's presidential election on Saturday, the interior ministry said, scoring a surprising landslide victory over conservative hardliners without the need
A supporter of moderate cleric Hassan Rohani celebrates his victory in Iran's presidential election along a street in Tehran June 16, 2013. Rohani won Iran's presidential election on Saturday, the interior ministry said, scoring a surprising landslide victory over conservative hardliners without the