Does Romney share the Mormon church's controversial views toward women? On today's NewsBeast, senior editor Harry Siegel, The Root's Keli Goff, and host John Avlon discuss why this question is only now surfacing.
Oh yes, she went there: Meghan McCain argues Romney needs to make his message clearer and do something her father, John McCain, loved to do: stir up the passion of the Republican base.
A reader asks Ta-Nehisi Coates: When were you most disappointed in President Obama?
If President Obama is re-elected, as Andrew Sullivan's Newsweek cover story suggests, will House Republicans actually be forced to compromise with him to save their own legacies? Michelle Goldberg and David Freedlander discuss the GOP's future if Obama gets a second term.
The worst part about the GOP candidate's '47 percent' remarks? According to Meghan McCain, it's that Romney assumed something – anything – a presidential candidate says isn't being recorded.
It's been a rough week for Mitt Romney. On today's NewsBeast, 'Daily Show' writer Kevin Bleyer, Paula Szuchman, and John Avlon weigh in on the candidate's likeability problem—and why we should celebrate the 225th anniversary of the Constitution.
The wrath of pundits has nothing on late-night comedians. On today's NewsBeast, reporters Allison Yarrow and Tony Dokoupil join John Avlon to discuss the comic evolution of Romney's '47 percent' remarks.
'There bloody well ought to be' a civil war among Republicans if Romney loses, says David Frum. The former Bush speechwriter sat down with Michael Tomasky to talk about that pending crisis, Libya, and America's standing in the world under President Obama.
Romney is trailing in the polls, but Obama shouldn't celebrate just yet. On today's NewsBeast, Tina Brown and Lloyd Grove join host John Avlon to discuss Obama's likeability, and whether the GOP should focus more on Congressional seats than the presidency.
A reader asks Ta-Nehisi Coates: How much do you think the GOP opposition to Obama is racially motivated?
Beast TV's original videos, animations, and mashups covering the 2012 presidential campaign, from the conventions through election week.
The New Jersey governor may have been a keynote speaker at the Republican National Convention, but he's developed a not-so-subtle affection for President Obama since Hurricane Sandy came to town. Watch a short history of Christie's bromance.
Before Mitt Romney's veep pick takes the stage at the Republican convention tonight, get to know the hunky congressman with this musical supercut. What's he really all about? Two words: muscle confusion.
The combative Mitt Romney of the first presidential showdown made way for a far more agreeable candidate in the final debate. Watch just a few of the many moments in which Romney concurred with the incumbent in Boca Raton.
Does it all add up? Romney dropped facts and figures at every turn during the second presidential debate, but in the end, numbers couldn't win him the night. Watch our statistics supercut.
The GOP candidate has been called out by pundits for his many interruptions during the second presidential debate. But the question on everyone's mind is: what would Dr. Evil say? Watch our shagadelic supercut.
So just how many times did Biden deploy his withering/excessive smile of contempt in the vice-presidential debate? We've counted it up—non-teeth-baring smirks excluded—and present them here.
What would happen if Britney Spears moderated the vice-presidential debate in the same way she judges 'X Factor'? Watch our mashup and see for yourself. It's Britney, Biden!
The blogosphere was abuzz after the first presidential debate over conspiracies that Mitt Romney snuck notes onto the stage, while the GOP candidate's camp insists the white object in question is a handkerchief. Watch three key Hankygate moments.
Knock knock—who's there? Interrupting candidates. Watch every frustrating debate moment in which moderator Jim Lehrer got verbally steamrolled in the first presidential debate.
Clinton may be stumping for Obama at the DNC tonight—but four years ago, as Ryan Lizza controversially noted in 'The New Yorker,' his endorsement would have been unthinkable. Watch a short history of Bubba's Obama slams.