Daily Archives: November 7, 2012

Young Jeezy Releases “We Done It Again” For Obama

Young Jeezy releases a new hit track following the close of election 2012.

Election Results Fuel Ole Miss Anti-Obama Protests

After Obama’s win was announced, students at the University of Mississippi began protesting.

On Repeat: Barack Obama’s Full Acceptance Speech

Barack Obama has won his second term as Commander-in-Chief of the United States in the 2012 Presidential Election. Check out his full acceptance speech.

Election Night 2012 – Obama Supporters Celebrate

Millions watched as President Barack Obama was re-elected for a second term in office. Check out the gallery of images from last night's rally.

Gay Marriage, Marijuana Backed in Historic Votes

Maine and Maryland became the first states to approve same-sex marriage, others set up a showdown with federal authorities by legalizing recreational use of marijuana.

Good news for coast: Nor’easter to weaken

Experts say a new storm that threatened cleanup efforts will be weaker than expected.

Sir Sidney Poitier Honored by Bridge Dedication in Bahamas

With a career that spans several decades, Sir Sidney Poitier has grown beyond just being an iconic actor but a universally respected public figure. From ...

Video: Given 2nd term, Obama faces new urgent task

The president must work with Congress to tackle a crisis which could lead into recession.

Sugar Bowl in New Orleans to host Big 12-SEC game

The Superdome will be the site of the bowl matching the Southeastern Conference and Big 12.

Sneak Peak: Can Iyanla Vanzant Fix a Cheating Husband?

Iyanla Vanzant visits a struggling couple in Shreveport, La. that is dealing with the husband's serious problem with infidelity.

Vh1 Releases ‘Married to the Game’ Supertrailer

Vh1 has released the supertrailer for "Married to the Game," the docuseries following the rapper and his school teacher fiancée as they prepare to get ...

Rep. Jackson Jr. re-elected while on medical leave

The Congressman says he's humbled and moved by the support voters have shown through his sickness.