Majority of Democrats want Hillary to contest 2016 polls

Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton is the choice of majority of Democrats to run for 2016 Presidential Elections, according to an opinion poll.

Many say let illegal immigrants stay in US: Poll

More than 6 in 10 Americans now favor allowing illegal immigrants to eventually become US citizens.

Sikhs urge Obama to work to ensure religious freed

A Sikh advocacy group in the US has asked re-elected President Barack Obama to use his second term in office to focus more on issues related to preserving religious freedom.

Two Republicans court defeat with rape remarks

Two Republican lawmakers, who courted controversy with their provocative remarks on rape and abortion, have been defeated.

Indian-Americans say Obama victory good for India, diaspora

Indian Americans have welcomed the re-election of President Barack Obama saying his victory is good for the community and India both.

A bigger challenge awaits Obama on re-election

USA Today said that after being stymied for the last two years the "president has a chance to reach deals with (the) Republicans".

Show more bravery, Washington Post tells Obama

Now that he has won a second time, President Barack Obama needs to show "bravery" to take on issues he avoided the last time, the Washington Post said.

US media credit Obama victory to campaign strategy

American media greeted Barack Obama`s re-election as president by giving credit to his team`s campaign strategy.

Guys with `Guts` deserve hearing: Obama on girls` dating

Barack Obama said that he will give a patient hearing to any boy who has the "guts" to get through the Secret Service.

Mukherjee congratulates Obama, looks forward to cooperation

President Pranab Mukherjee Wednesday congratulated Barack Obama on his re-election to the White House

Canadian PM congratulates Obama

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper Wednesday congratulated Barack Obama on winning a second term to the US presidency.

Obama’s endorsement of moderate policies led to success: NYT

President Barack Obama’s dramatic re-election victory was a strong endorsement of economic policies.

Sand sculpture on Obama victory

Odisha-based sand sculptor Sudarsan Patnaik created a 7 ft high sand sculpture of Barak Obama to celebrate his victory in the US presidential elections.

Obama: The world`s joy, Israel`s disappointment

Premier Benjamin Netanyahu congratulated Obama on his victory and expressed hopes that they "will continue to work together".

Hope Obama gives peace a chance: Imran Khan

Pakistani politician Imran Khan hoped the US President would "give peace a chance" and stop CIA-operated drone attacks now that he had been re-elected.

LS Speaker congratulates Obama on re-election

Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar congratulated Barack Obama on his re-election as the US President, saying his story was an inspiration for the people.

`Forward`: Barack Obama again rewrites history

Chanting "Yes We Can", Barack Hussein Obama made history four years ago as he became America`s first African-American president. On Tuesday, he did it again.

Obama’s ‘four more years’ post most popular tweet

US President Barack Obama’s tweet proclaiming ‘four more years’ has become the most popular post on the micro blogging platform ever.

Dalai Lama congratulates Obama on re-election

The Dalai Lama Obama on his re-election and hoped his administration would take steps to find a solution to the series of self-immolations in Tibet.

Romney defeated in two key states with close personal ties

Mitt Romney Wednesday failed to win both the state of his birth, Michigan, and the state where he lives and served as governor, Massachusetts.

US Congress to have maximum women senators in history

The 113th US Congress will have at least 19 women senators, the highest ever in the country`s history.

`Election Watch` programmes in 3 states by US consulate

The US Consulate General here Wednesday hosted `Election Watch` programmes in three Southern cities for the Indian guests.

US election results drape Empire State Building

The Empire State Building on Wednesday was bathed in blue light to mark US President Barack Obama`s re-election, as results were projected on the iconic skyscraper.

Obama had invoked Gandhi while seeking re-election

Barack Obama, who was re-elected as US President had invoked the legacies of Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela while seeking a second term.

Indo-US ties to be stronger with Obama re-election: Chidambaram

P Chidambaram expressed the hope that economic ties with the United States would improve with the re-election of Barack Obama as the US President.

Exceedingly polarised US electorate voted in 2012

American electorate was deeply divided ideologically and exceedingly polarised in their political beliefs, according to an exit poll.

Hindu-American elected to US Congress for first time

Tulsi Gabbard Wednesday created history by becoming the first Hindu-American to have entered the US House of Representatives.

Democrat woman becomes first openly gay US senator

Tammy Baldwin became the first openly gay senator in the US history when she defeated former Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson.

Obama’s victory speech – Full Text

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much.

Ami Bera becomes first Hindu to enter US House

Dr Ami Bera was on the cusp of creating history by becoming only the third Indian-American ever to be elected to the US House of Representatives.