Every campaign produces a few outrageous howlers, but this image, which Snopes says is circulating on Facebook, has to be…
Researchers say that discrimination at colleges and universities may have negative impacts on black students’ mental health.
The World Health Organization declared its spread an international emergency. But American officials have taken a calmer tone.
The former Maryland governor’s love of Irish poetry provides a fitting send off to his candidacy.
The Florida senator delivered a surprisingly strong finish in Iowa by embracing the frontrunner’s rhetoric.
The 2016 race for president officially started, but the nation is no closer to having a clear front-runner in either party.
From The Good Wife to The West Wing, shows have used the Hawkeye State to emphasize the human stakes of America’s national politics.
First, a fascinating blast from the past, in 1988, when Trump flirted with a presidential run on The Oprah Winfrey…
National Review’s Shannen W. Coffin has a great piece up today on Hillary Clinton’s shifting excuses over the ever-deepening…
Younger voters—who care about issues such as college affordability and student debt—could be an important factor in Iowa’s caucuses.
A survey from a leading advocacy group finds American Muslims worried about Islamophobia and the economy, and backing Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and—yes—Trump.
The faithful have reportedly been either dismayed or infatuated with the Republican frontrunner. Could both narratives be true?
A Florida man was accused of resisting arrest—but surveillance footage of the five cops who nabbed him tells a different story.
The consent decree would impose sweeping reforms on a municipality that systematically violated the rights of its residents for years. Is it willing to pay for them?
Trumpism is an ideology—not just a catharsis.
Iowa and New Hampshire’s political clout could ride on the results of the 2016 race.
The battle between Sanders and Clinton is reinforcing some old divisions, even as it scrambles others.
The former vice president’s daughter is taking a second shot at Wyoming politics after a disastrous Senate run left her branded a carpetbagger. Why her campaign for the House might have better luck.
Trump leads the late polls, with Rubio positioned for a strong finish.
The president meets with Republican leaders this week as the Senate works on an energy bill.