When it comes to democracy, less may be more.
For the last few years, the Czech Republic has been viewed as the last bastion of liberal democracy in Central Europe. That could soon change.
The US, China and Taiwan have all signed onto a fiction — that Taiwan and China are one and the same government. Of course, the US doesn't completely go along with that, but for official purposes, it's been a useful lie for decades.
Luis Mancheno disagrees with Trump’s positions on almost everything, and he hopes his fellow Americans won’t leave him behind.
In elections this weekend, Iceland's Pirate Party is expected to win big — perhaps enough to becoming the country's ruling party.
States were left to design a system for massive civilian absentee voting. And in a hodgepodge of rules and regulations, people held in camps were effectively disenfranchised.
Some of the problems that will have to be solved by the next president will require innovation and ingenuity.
A history of tough-on-immigration policies have galvanized Latinos in the state for years. And now they're registering to vote in big numbers.
Russia's opposition likens itself to Michael Phelps facing an extreme challenge. "If you have a champion swimmer, and you fill up the pool with acid, he won't be able to swim. But it doesn't mean he's a weak swimmer."
The Civilist host Steven Petrow is an expert on etiquette — and he can't find anything in etiquette rules that supports HB2.
At precisely 8:54 p.m. on August 28, 1957, Senator Thurmond began the longest continuous filibuster in US history. A final stand against a tide of history that was overwhelming the forces of racism and white supremacy that dominated the South and Southern lawmakers in Congress.