11/8/2012 11:47 AM ET
After NBC News spent a week hyping President Obama's response to
Hurricane Sandy as a major boon for his re-election campaign, on
Thursday's Today, political director Chuck Todd completely ...
11/7/2012 3:47 PM ET
On Wednesday's NBC Today, political director Chuck Todd cited Florida as evidence of "this demographic time bomb went off and caught the Republicans off guard,"
referring to the Hispanic vote in ...
11/7/2012 1:57 PM ET
Jennifer Steinhauer shone sour light on a bright spot for Republicans in yesterday's vote: "Deep disapproval of Congress and dissatisfaction with partisan
division appeared no match for ...
11/7/2012 1:06 PM ET
Obama biographer Jodi Kantor on Obama's private dinners with left-wing "scholars": "He wanted to apply the lessons of
past presidential triumphs and failures to his own urgent project of ...
11/7/2012 12:14 PM ET
In a fawning report on Wednesday's NBC Today on President Obama
winning re-election, correspondent Kristen Welker provided gauzy
commentary: "...the Chicago crowd was electrified as the ...
11/7/2012 10:05 AM ET
On Tuesday's NBC Today, correspondent Kristen Welker described
an Obama campaign "filled with anticipation and nostalgia" and the
President giving his final stump speech in Iowa "With an eye ...
11/6/2012 4:47 PM ET
During a panel discussion on Tuesday's NBC Today, former McCain
campaign advisor Steve Schmidt and PBS host Tavis Smiley began writing
the Republican Party's obituary before any votes had been ...
11/6/2012 4:10 PM ET
The morning of Election Day, the New York Times star poll forecaster Nate Silver forecast that Barack Obama had a 91.6% of retaining the presidency. Silver told Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert ...
11/6/2012 2:25 PM ET
Times media reporter Jeremy Peters: "Such
stridency [from MSNBC host Rachel Maddow] has put NBC News journalists who cover Republicans in awkward
and compromised positions, several people who ...
11/6/2012 1:41 PM ET
In an interview with senior Romney advisor Ed Gillespie on Tuesday's NBC Today, co-host Matt Lauer ripped into an ads run by the Governor's campaign in Ohio about the auto industry: