Unmarried mothers are now the majority of new moms under 30, and 41 percent of non-college educated moms. Too bad they don't vote so much.
Romney's real issue here is how to explain to normal people how you can be president of something but not in charge of it.
Opinion on the Affordable Care Act remains divided, but only a minority support repeal.
Republicans play FarmVille, Democrats read Buzzfeed. Mapping the social web against your political preferences.
People who pay the equivalent of a salary for a meal are different from you and me.
A chance encounter at a July 4 gathering made the latest development in particle physics seem much more comprehensible. Here's what I learned.
A lot of uncompensated health-care spending comes out of municipal budgets, not state ones, and the bill could save cities money.
"I think if I had an absolutely accurate title it would be 'Why working mothers need better choices to be able to make it to the top,'" she said.
She was reading SCOTUSblog on her iPad.
Major changes in family structure among high-school educated whites should reshape our understanding of who has social capital in America, he says.
Changing demographics among supporters have reshaped the coalition.
Former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle says it's a no-brainer: Just go back to the old rules about holding the floor and bringing all other business to a halt.
A University of Chicago professor tries to catalog the many different legal rulings in the Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act.
From health care reform to immigration, President Obama is counting on Washington's inertia to make changes that last.
His message for more than two years has been that the president should have focused on jobs instead of health care during his first year in office.
How to avoid promoting a politician on Facebook when you're just trying to get news and updates about him
The man accused of having no core beliefs thinks the way to win is to keep his views on key issues to himself.
Pretty much exactly what you'd expect, as pulled by the Public Campaign Action Fund for a Pinterest board.
It's not just unemployment. It's the all the downsizing and devaluation folks have been through, and may never recover from.
"In the end, he had, I think, sixteen billionaires and we had one," Gingrich said.