Here's what to watch for on Friday as the defense opens arguments in Trump's historic second impeachment.
"Every 30 Seconds” is a collaborative public media reporting project tracing the young Latino electorate leading up to the 2020 US presidential election and beyond.
A 142-year-old Louisiana law that created a cumbersome process for naturalized citizens to provide proof they are citizens has been repealed. The next step? Voter advocates say they want to be sure changes are made at registrar offices.
Get out the vote. We’re hearing a lot those efforts this year. In Maryland, some people pushing to bring people to the ballot boxes can’t even vote themselves.
A new generation of Republicans are working to save their party and bring it into the 21st century.
Saba Ahmed is a lawyer and the founder of the Republican Muslim Coalition. She says the GOP represents Muslim values better than the Democrats do.
Media reaction to Wednesday night’s anti-vaxxer moment has been slow, says journalism professor Dan Kennedy.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, a major free trade deal, has turned into a hot and divisive political battle. But no matter what the critics say, most economics believe the treaty will be good for most Americans, even poor ones.
Research commissioned by the CDC in 1993 showed that gun owners faced higher risks for both homicides and suicides. But the NRA quickly moved to silence the studies — and make sure no other similar studies would get federal funding. They succeeded.
When you call your leader a dictator, it seems like things are getting pretty bad in your country. But rhetoric like that has been par for the course in the 2014 midterm elections, and The Guardian's Rory Carroll says explaining that to readers overseas is a big challenge.