While your NCAA bracket may be busted, you have a chance to redeem yourself. The NFL has a March Madness bracket of its own.
White smoke signifying the election of a new pope began billowing out of the Sistene Chapel’s chimney just after 7 p.m. local time.
Black smoke again billowed from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel on Wednesday, meaning that Catholic cardinals hadn’t elected a pope on their second or third rounds of balloting.
It is the first day Cardinals of the Catholic Church can elect a new pope. While a pope could be elected on the first ballot, most believe that is highly unlikely.
For the first time since 1996, no one was elected into Baseball’s Hall of Fame.
President Barack Obama won Tuesday’s election and will get another four years in office. There is no doubt that this presidential race will be analyzed for years to come.
His lease renewed in trying economic times, President Barack Obama claimed a second term from an incredibly divided electorate and immediately braced for daunting challenges and progress that comes only in fits and starts.
With a festive atmosphere outside, voters lined up early and it hasn’t let up on the University of Pittsburgh campus.
KDKA-TV Political Editor Jon Delano will be keeping a close eye on the key races and will have updates throughout the day.
It did not take long for voting problems to arise on Election Day. Some voters claim they’ve had to stand in long lines, they’ve been turned away and in some cases, the machines weren’t working properly.
Voters will head to the polls today to decide many races, including who will be the next president of the United States.
The advertising, the robo calls, the endless campaign appearances will all be over on Tuesday, and it will be up to you and your voting booth. With turnout expected in the 70 percent range, the Director of Elections in Allegheny County, Mark Wolosik, says you can expect lines in the hours before and after work.
The 2012 presidential election will be held on Tuesday and KDKA has put together a guide to help you navigate the voting process.
Now, the question is: Is the country better off than it was four years ago? Anyone – including you – can answer that question.
If the election were held today, Barack Obama would defeat Mitt Romney in Pennsylvania, but it would be a lot closer than Obama’s win here four years ago.