Republicans are likely to say there's a crime problem. Democrats are likely to say there's a gun problem. Regardless, a surge in violent incidents is fast becoming a major political issue.
All the world's a stage for President Joe Biden.
In many friend groups, politics is not the most popular topic of discussion. The potential for tension puts a damper on informal political conversations which have valuable democracy-sustaining benefits. Nevertheless, mutual respect between peers may prevent the kinds of explosive disagreements commonly seen online, and those who share nonpolitical similarities may be more likely to bend towards more moderate stances.
Fresh off his latest round of fireworks with National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony Fauci at a Senate hearing on Tuesday, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) accused Fauci of "misdirection." | Clips
New research from University of Nebraska–Lincoln political scientist Kevin Smith shows all the political jockeying is harmful to our health, has been for some time, and even a change in party power didn’t help.
CNN's Dana Bash takes a closer look at the practice of gerrymandering in the United States.
I have a good friend who is a wannabe author of political and spy thrillers. The other day over coffee he said he had an idea for a major novel that would be so shocking that it would almost certainly quickly become a best-seller. Here's the