Listen to this episode from Exit Strategy on Spotify. Joseph Uscinski is a Professor of Political Science at the University of Miami who studies public opinion and mass media, with a focus on conspiracy theories and related misinformation. He is coauthor of American Conspiracy Theories (Oxford, 2014) and editor of Conspiracy Theories and the People Who Believe Them (Oxford, 2018). His website is https://www.joeuscinski.com/ and can be reached on Twitter @Joeuscinski.
New county-level findings on Americans' religious affiliations show the two parties glaring across a deep chasm in America's changing spiritual landscape. The religious fault line between the two sides is only deepening, adding another explosive dimension to the volatile separation between red and blue America.
Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared on MSNBC on Wednesday and slammed unvaccinated Americans, telling them to “get over this political statement.”
There will be no healing in this country as long as Mr. Trump is out on the stump preaching his gospel of lies to his army of angry and aggrieved disciples.
In the wake of the Pew Research Center's findings that 84 percent of the white evangelical Protestant vote went to former President Donald Trump in 2020, it is more important than ever for the American public to face the uncomfortable truth about the authoritarian Christian right's deleterious impact on society, culture and politics.
Steering a zigzag course through various crises, she has brought Germany to a position consonant with what voters want but more distant from the United States.
While no specific details have been revealed, Shaka King will direct the project as well co-produce alongside Coogler, Lil Rel Howery, and Charles King.
Ryan Coogler, Shaka King, Charles D. King, and Lil Rel Howery are joining forces to tackle American political insurrection in an upcoming feature.
American Express Co.’s second-quarter revenue surged as people started spending more at a time when many are getting vaccinated against COVID-19 and feel more comfortable going out to restaurants, shops and entertainment venues again
Although similar in name, American Horror Story and American Horror Stories are not the same thing.