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  • Where to watch the 2012 Republican National Convention

     
    Updated Aug. 27, 2012, 12:50pm CT Several news outlets will be broadcasting the 2012 Republican National Convention, which runs Aug. 27-30, at which Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan (both pictured above, at an earlier date) are expected to receive the official...
  • Mitt Romney gains better reviews than Barack Obama

     
    The early presidential debate reviews: Mitt Romney had a better night than Barack Obama. The debate bucked history: Zingers didn't matter.  The debate ran counter to previews. There was no mention of Romney's oft-quoted 47 percent comment. CNN's Wolf...
  • Obama-Romney: the best presidential debate ever?

     
    ABC's George Will said the second Barack Obama-Mitt Romney showdown was the best presidential debate he'd ever seen. Yes, he said that. Do you agree? Conservative columnist Will said that Obama “cauterized” wounds he had inflicted on himself...
  • Joe Biden-Paul Ryan debate: a draw or Biden’s win?

     
    CNN's Wolf Blitzer called the Joe Biden-Paul Ryan debate a draw.  But MSNBC's Chris Matthews said it was ”a clear victory” for Biden on Thursday night. ABC's Matthew Dowd agreed that Biden was a clear winner in the vice-presidential debate and...
  • Election Night in America; vote so you can complain

     
    The lines to vote are long today in Florida, and that suggests people are following the example of Bob Schieffer's mother. The CBS journalist has often shared his mother's advice: “Go vote. It makes you feel big and strong.” On Sunday's &#...
  • Election Night: Buddy Dyer will be WESH analyst; what else to expect

     
    The 2012 election season rolls to its long-desired conclusion Tuesday night with hour upon hour of results on local stations, broadcast networks and cable news channels. ABC, CBS and NBC start their coverage at 7 p.m. Cable news will begin earlier. You...
  • Election Day 2012 TV coverage

     
    Updated Nov. 6, 2012, 1:04pm CT It all comes down to this. After over a year of campaigning, Nov. 6 is Election Day in America, when citizens will finally (hopefully) know who will be the President of the United States for the next four years, as well...
  • Election Night: Florida overshadows Ohio in pundits’ talk

     
    Ohio was billed as the main battleground in the 2012 presidential election, but Florida was generating more talk Election Night. “The story right now has got to be Florida, Florida, Florida,” CNN's Wolf Blitzer said at 9:30. “Can you...
  • ‘Saturday Night Live’ ridicules Florida in Petraeus scandal

     
    NBC's “Saturday Night Live” this weekend repeatedly lampooned the David Petraeus scandal. Paula Broadwell (Cecily Strong) read racy reminiscences about her Petraeus affair in a C-SPAN sketch, causing listeners to flee the room and the cable...
  • Connecticut shootings: More coverage plans

     
    More schedule changes in reaction to the school shootings in Connecticut: George Stephanopoulos and Elizabeth Vargas will host “Good Morning America” on Saturday. The program airs at 9 a.m. on WFTV-Channel 9. Josh Elliott, Amy Robach and Dan...
  • Daum: Jesse Ventura, 'the Body' politic

    Daum: Jesse Ventura, 'the Body' politic
    Don't deny it: This presidential race, for all its minor dust-ups, has mostly been a snore, a bloodless standoff between two men who, despite their differences, are both essentially uptight squares whose wives are forever trumpeting how poor they used...
  • Connecticut shootings: Interfaith service on TV

     
    President Barack Obama departs the White House on Sunday afternoon for Connecticut. Photo credit: Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images UPDATE: President Obama's speech was carried across the major broadcast networks, ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC, as well as the cable...