The Obama camp spent the most in topping 1 million advertisements aired, but Romney's supporters did their part, too.
Markets could be volatile no matter who wins Tuesday's presidential election. Here's what to expect if Obama wins, if Romney wins or -- worst-case scenario -- if we don't know right away.
Economic concerns resonate on campus, where deficit and unemployment remain major issues.
The presidential candidate's tax avoidance strategy may be immoral, but it's not illegal.
Now that the Supreme Court has found the law Constitutional, both party's bases will likely be re-energized.
Restore Our Future, the political action committee backing the GOP candidate, raised more money than the president's super PAC for the third month in a row.
The former Massachusetts governor may have the Republican nomination sewn up, but speculators in markets set up by Intrade and the Iowa Electronic Markets don't see much change in his chances of winning.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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