This is the real political map of the United States of America after the presidential election. A fascinating view, much different from the maps you saw that night, which showed an artificial, binary divide. But these maps demonstrate that there is not such a huge gap between rural and urban America.
These are—according to Fox Business data—the best and worst educated states in the United States of America, ordered by percentage of residents 25 or older with at least a bachelor's degree in 2011. The table also shows how those states voted. Can you see any pattern?
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama was re-elected, which means, of course, that Mitt Romney lost. But if Romney had won, the president-elect would have needed a website. It makes sense that his staffers would have prepared one. But if the fool who accidentally published it wasn't already out of a job, well, he should…
Twitter is bragging because it didn't go down on Election Day. The info-bloat peaked at 327,452 tweets-per-minute last night, and not a single Fail Whale appeared! High fives all around! Way to... work like you're supposed to.
The 2012 elections are upon us. This year, more than any other election in history, voters will have access to an unprecedented amount of information—in real time. What's more, social media will allow voters to broadcast their voting experience to their networks, and to the world.
America, the Great Republic, is holding her elections today. And her voters, you voters, are, uh, still frantically Googling to find out who's running for President.
The right to elect one's public representatives is the foundation upon which our democracy is built. So if you think Hurricane Sandy is going to stop Americans from choosing the next leader of the free world, demand a recount. Here's a look at the technology everyone over 18 can expect to find in a voting booth on…
Tomorrow, livery-cab-hailing service Uber will offer free rides (up to $20.12) to polling places for first-time users.
In 2008, the Obama campaign enlisted the help of Facebook and Google bigwigs to help raise massive sums from a lot of small donors. Back then, the key was just a few pieces of data—today, that data mining effort has been expanded to a huge and very creepy degree.
According to a new study, there are about two million dead Americans listed on active voter registries. Not only that, but one out in every eight registrations is either invalid or inaccurate. I can't wait for Voting Dead Season 3.
If Shepard Fairey's iconic HOPE poster featuring a somewhat cartoony interpretation of Barack Obama could sell like hotcakes during the last presidential election, then this Incredible Hulk/Obama action figure created by Ron English should be even more popular this year.
While the Republican candidates have been battling for supremacy in Iowa, the Commander-in-chief has joined the photo-sharing social network Instagram.
It's president pickin' time! For you Republicans, that means you've got some important wheat to separate from some important chaff: which candidate will get your vote? No easy matter! So we've boiled it down into terms we can all understand.
Michele Bachmann's easily one of the GOP's most prominent candidates. She also has scientific views from the 15th century, claiming both earthquake '11 and Irene were divine warnings. That's insane. She's not alone. And that's absolutely terrifying.