A look at the research on what happens to contraceptive access for low-income Americans when the government withholds funding to family-planning clinics.
The First Step Act has passed the House, but it's likely to face opposition from both sides of the aisle in the Senate.
Political scientist Jamila Michener talks about how state-level changes to Medicaid benefits can politically disempower its recipients.
Operating out of a remodeled shipping container at a busy traffic junction, Signal School is making education more accessible for homeless children in India.
Charlie Mirsky, and Alfonso Calderon, students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, take part in a Gun Violence Prevention Forum at the House Visitor Center.
Vladimir Putin has created a non-democratic model that leveraged the failures of previous attempts at democracy in its ascent to dominance.
How shifting economies, demographics, and provincial neighborhoods shaped the well-known accents of many Midwestern cities.
A growing number of single women are running for public office. In order to beat their opponents, they may need to shatter some unfair stigmas first.