Afghanistan's feuding presidential candidates agree to resolve their election dispute. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry ushered in the breakthrough on a second day of talks aimed at preventing political chaos after disputed elections. (Aug. 8)
Tom: 4.7 million out of roughly 125 million who voted. You want Electors to change the outcome for less than 4% leftist rabble? You need to learn a couple of things. #1 We are not a democracy, we are a Representative Republic. #2 There is currently no such thing as a "national popular vote". There is a state by state popular vote for representatives (Electors) from that state. Get your facts straight and grow up!