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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) faces a tough rough ahead in the race for the White House after not doing well in the Michigan primary.
Former Vice President Joe Biden scored major primary victories in states including Michigan and Mississippi.
Former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg is suspending his campaign for the democratic nomination for president.
Brad Parscale sold his company to a company with a sketchy past, according to The Associated Press.
In fact, many studies and experimental designs suggest there is bias against women candidates. The Atlantic has a depressing
In the early days of free speech doctrine, Alexander Miekeljohn understood this point very well. He said that the goal of
In 1928, despite Democrat Al Smith's loss to Republican Herbert Hoover, political scientists found critical changes in American electoral and demographic patterns that began the reversal of the three decade Republican lock on party identification.
Tim Canova, who's trying to unseat former DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz in the House, has raised a greater share of his funds from small donors so far than any other congressional candidate.
These are exciting political questions, eliciting no shortage of educated guesses and snarky tweets. But what's harder to find is real data. The public polling -- while not flawed -- ultimately just measures underlying partisanship or the hard ID of the different candidates.
Last week's Brexit victory provided new evidence of the power of the populist wave that is sweeping the world. Those who are worried about the nationalist, tribalist, intolerant tone behind the Brexit campaign and the growing ranks of populist leaders around the world should be asking: is there a way to stop this wave?