Some social scientists argue that dating and mating patterns may be the real drivers of polarization.
An interview with the Nobel prize-winning economist on what to do about the “zombie ideas” that animate contemporary political discourse.
Does it seem like left-wingers have a monopoly on therapeutic ideas? Not so fast.
There's no denying the whiteness of the state. But scholars cite other qualities that make Iowa more like the rest of the country.
The prime minister of Australia has a background in marketing, but with the bush fire crisis, his manipulation of language is only getting him so far.
President Trump's decision to order the assassination of Iranian Major General Qasem Soleimani has backfired in spectacular fashion. Why?
A look at impeachment proceedings in foreign nations sheds light on when a sitting president is likely to remain in office.
For a public figure, a scandal is a predictable hazard of the trade. What's less predictable, however, is who survives one.
Law professor and one-time presidential hopeful Lawrence Lessig on campaign finance, gerrymandering, and the electoral college.
In 1950, the U.S. State Department fired 91 employees because they were homosexual or suspected of being homosexual.