Candidates played true to form as voters head to the polls for the first-in-the-nation primary.
Researchers say that discrimination at colleges and universities may have negative impacts on black students’ mental health.
Two artists have repurposed the presidential candidate’s campaign bus in order to critique his controversial views.
Many of Hillary Clinton’s endorsers treat her foreign-policy differences with Bernie Sanders as trifling disagreements, even though they could remake the world for the worse.
Many college leaders criticize the administration’s lack of two-way communication on key policy initiatives.
One reader’s answer: Hillary is the stodgy, old politician while Bernie is fun, exciting, and new. Yeah…
That’s what CNN is reporting: Sen. Rand Paul will suspend his presidential campaign today, sources close to…
One stuffed animal’s view of the 2016 election.
A new book looks at the history of anti-abortion advocacy before Roe v. Wade, arguing that today’s activists are much different than their predecessors.
The rise of conservative outsiders like Ted Cruz and Donald Trump is not unprecedented. Ronald Reagan did it first in 1976—when he challenged a sitting president.
In a historically close election, a handful of delegates were determined by games of chance.
Nielsen reports black consumers in 2015 have reached a "tipping point" in their impact, especially online.
Iowa’s Democratic base is among the nation’s whitest and most liberal—but Clinton has a stronger edge almost everywhere else.
Investigating the candidate’s wearable strategy.
The Florida senator turned in a strong showing in Iowa, but his road to victory in the Republican primary remains strewn with obstacles.
In the wake of the Iowa caucuses, Ron Brownstein spotlights “the single most important dividing line in the struggle between…
Young voters in Iowa favored Sanders by a margin of six to one, while older voters went overwhelmingly for Clinton—revealing a party split along generational lines.
The FBI and other U.S. government organizations are looking into lead poisoning in the Michigan city.
The parties' delegate system was rigged to favor establishment candidates—but this year, it might sink their chances.
The doctor’s standing has fallen, but his heavy reliance on marketers—many of them employed by his campaign—remains strong.