Ever since Kennedy-Nixon, televised debates have given viewers an insight into candidates' policies—and their personalities, too.
How important is a President's health? Should the public know all? History suggests that full disclosure is better than not.
Kindness matters. It’s just that our politicians have their own reasons for their own kind behavior.
Did you know that ballot position can have an effect on voting? The first-listed candidate is more likely to be voted for.
John Hinckley Jr., who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981, has been released from the psychiatric hospital where ...
They don't campaign and very few know who they are, but you'll be voting for them this November: introducing the Electors. Again.
In the wake of both national conventions, how do we find truth and how do journalists represent it without being too biased or too neutral?
The US national census has always been political, and has a large part to play in determining political representation and power.
Even the people with the job used to disparage the Vice Presidency. That's changed in the modern era.
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