Most of the House Republicans whose districts have recently voted for Democratic presidential candidates supported the Obamacare-replacement bill. That might have been a risky move.
Republican members of Congress who oppose the Obamacare replacement have something in common: Their constituents—who tend to be older—fear losing benefits.
The administration has promoted private-school scholarships as a means of empowering families. But they may undermine a child’s academic success.
There are dozens of congressional seats nationwide that share similarities with this conservative area near Atlanta—where a special election scheduled for Tuesday has been unusually competitive.
Proponents of President Trump’s budget say no. Their evidence may be faulty.
The president could accelerate the demographic divides between Democratic and Republican districts.
An Atlantic analysis finds that congressional districts’ racial makeup, and their residents’ level of education, largely determines which party represents them in the House.
Cultural and demographic changes throughout the country are making female voters a more powerful force than ever.
An analysis of voting trends in key swing states hints that voter allegiances will be starker and more influential than ever.
Republicans who supported deportation gave the Republican presidential nominee his margin of victory in most key primary contests.
A new poll shows a large share of Americans place faith in the presumptive Democratic nominee to achieve national objectives.
This election will widen the distance between the class and racial composition of each party’s core of support.
This presidential contest has been marked by unusually consistent cultural loyalties since it began, which could say a lot about the final result.
With families in tow, parents on campus require different support than traditional students.
Earning a GED can have financial benefits for parents who didn’t graduate—and make it more likely that their children will get a diploma.
A new survey reveals just how much racial misconceptions can impact people at work.
Across the country, schools are ill-equipped to provide necessary mental health screening and services to the neediest students. A new law may change that.