The celebratory champagne should be well-chilled by now. After years of manufacturing delays and cost overruns, the state-of-the-art Boeing 787 Dreamliner makes its North American debut Sunday morning, toting more than 200 eager United Airlines passengers from Houston to Chicago.
"El-mo. We won't go!" The twist on a popular protest chant echoed Saturday as people marched -- many in costume or with puppets -- in support of public broadcasting.
New polls out Saturday in two of the smaller battleground states - where the first votes of this cycle were counted last January -- show a neck-and-neck race in one state and an advantage for President Barack Obama in another.
President Barack Obama's campaign touted an intensely focused ground game going into election week on Saturday, citing their robust voter contact efforts as a reason the president will prevail against his rival Mitt Romney.
Despite a strained voice and a hectic campaign schedule, President Obama's rhetoric was as lofty as ever when he took the stage before 20,000 supporters here Saturday afternoon.
Three days before the presidential election, Vice President Joe Biden made a prediction: the sun will go down on Mitt Romney's presidential hopes on Tuesday.