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Photo uploads to Instagram shoot up on election night

Instagram and Twitter were among the most used online services on election night

On the eve of elections in the US, Instagram and Twitter saw unprecedented traffic, with users posting thousands of photographs and tweets about their voting experiences.

Its a Social Media Election: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube engage US voters

Its a Social Media Election: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube engage US voters

As voting in US Presidential election gets underway, major social networking sites go all-out to engage the US voters. Read on to know more about how Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are doing that.

How President Obama failed US on the economy

Quite a lot hinges on the recovery of the economy - Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and debt reduction. But President Obama has failed to deliver a credible solution to America's woes.

Phlegmatic jobs report gives ammunition to both parties

Phlegmatic jobs report gives ammunition to both parties

The issue of unemployment touches almost every heart in the US. So much so that both Republicans and Democrats do not miss any chance to fire salvos at each other whenever they get chance to. But the phlegmatic jobs report for month of August has unusually provided ammunition to both parties in this election-charged year.

Robot : A Future President

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The most amazing thing the world can witness can be the first robot president.

Most of the people in American folk knew, Bill Clinton was called the “First Black President” by Ton

Romney says he has no plans to run in 2012

New York -- Former Mass. governor and 2008 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney told David Letterman he has no plans to run for president in 2012.

Romney appeared on Tuesday's edition of "Late Show with David Letterman."
Asked if he would run for president in 2012, Romney replied, "No plans for that at this point -- I'll keep the door open."

The answer prompted Letterman to joke: "He's running, of course he's running ... I can tell by the cologne."

"Now what about that Sarah Palin -- she's not ready to be president, is she?" Letterman pressed.