The midterms marked a drubbing for Democrats. Republicans picked up at least seven Senate seats, wresting control of the chamber and setting up a divided government for at least the next two years.
While more than half of U.S. states have contemplated similar GMO legislation, the only one that has come close to requiring a label is Vermont.
The Republicans will control both chambers of Congress next year. And in Virginia, a race between Democratic incumbent Mark Warner and Republican Ed Gillespie is coming down to the wire.
Florida's medical marijuana ballot measure fell short of the 60 percent approval required. Oregon voters approved Measure 91, allowing legalization. Alaska also has a legalization ballot measure.
Kenyan distance runners won both the men's and women's divisions of Sunday's New York City Marathon. A Harvard evolutionary biologist suggests some possible reasons why.
We track all the incumbents who lost the midterm election.
Commentator Frank Deford explains why he thinks football has a better claim on being America's national pastime than baseball.
Consumers in the region are in for a shock this winter. Electricity rates there are set to jump as much as 50 percent for some customers as New England awaits the construction of more gas pipelines.
Republicans won the secretary of state and school superintendent races while voters adopted constitutional amendments.
Businessman David Perdue has kept Georgia's open U.S. Senate seat in GOP hands while Governor Nathan Deal was elected to another term.