Time to abandon stereotypes when appealing to women during elections.
This year’s midterm elections may lack scandal and sex appeal that have historically preceded surprising results, but several issues are at the mercy of 2014’s outcomes.
Many Americans feel helpless from terror-phobia and support whatever actions the government takes to keep us “safe” from the dangers of terrorism.
Correspondent Samantha Bee unsuccessfully finds official government data showing the number of civilians shot by cops yearly.
Implementing game mechanics, such as collaborative competition, can make the democratic process more effective and even enjoyable.
How "race-correcting" lung function measurements became the basis of an asbestos lawsuit.
Stanley Levison was one of Martin Luther King’s closest advisors and friends, but their association put strain on the entire Civil Rights movement.
A report looks at 323 movements to see which were most successful.
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