If history is a guide, big changes are likely in the works.
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Leaders say elections show Americans reject negative view of government and its employees.
Congress is still the same bundle of dysfunction and dyspepsia that it was on Tuesday.
In a capital as polarized as Washington, even a landslide victory and detailed campaign platform wouldn’t secure a president’s agenda.
He made the election a pass-fail test on Romney’s character.
Timothy Geithner will be heavily involved during the lame-duck session in providing technical economic-policy advice within the administration.
Second term could bring pay thaw, defense drawdown, reorganization and solidified performance goals.
The social network's map shows where self-identified voters are casting ballots.
Your first step toward getting past the negative energies of election season is a reality check.
Four tools from President Obama to improve your mindset and allow you to lead at your best.