The Missouri GOP banning women from showing their bare arms isn't a sign of Shariah or Taliban—it's a sign of right-wing 'Christian' extremism.
In a true less-is-more gesture, Katie Porter registered her disdain for the circus of the Congressional "treason caucus" holding up the Speaker vote for days.
The Speaker of the House is the most visible and authoritative spokesperson for the majority party in the House. Speakers articulate an agenda and explain legislative action to other Washington officials as well as the public.
The full document detailing Donald Trump's betrayal of his oath and his attempted coup has now been released.
Recent actions—and inaction—by the right-wing majority of the U.S. Supreme Court paved the way for a Republican House majority.
The surprisingly competitive matchup between Boebert and Frisch has become Colorado’s closest congressional race since 2002 and will likely trigger a statutory recount.
Before coronavirus vaccines were even released, a disinformation campaign used a moment of national and personal vulnerability to prey on those who were pregnant or who planned to become pregnant.
Campaign contributions can be a confusing web of super PACs, FEC filings and dark money. That’s why it is useful to know how to see who is paying who and trying to influence our votes.
Book banning is an illiberal idea that undermines a long and honorable tradition of making knowledge and ideas widely available, making people free to choose what to read for themselves.
The largest-ever analysis of Google’s ad practices on non-English-language websites reveals how the tech giant makes disinformation profitable.
The Workers' Party candidate, who completed a remarkable political comeback less than three years removed from a prison cell, tweeted one word following his win: "Democracy."
With the midterm elections less than two weeks away, experts say it's important for working-age Americans to know whether they are voting for officials who support Republican policies that increase the risk of early death.