Political scientist Ashley Jardina reports that up to 40 percent of American whites feel solidarity with, and protective of, their racial group.
A profile of John Hickenlooper demonstrates how journalism that focuses on candidates' charisma often makes incorrect assumptions, and favors white male politicians.
Bernie Sanders, Cory Booker, and Kirsten Gillibrand have all defended the Senate's filibuster. But any progressive agenda relies on it being ended.
New research finds that liberals' confidence in government is not affected by the party affiliation of the president. That's not true of the right.
It's the conditions of the economy, the popularity of the incumbent party, and the state of foreign relations that really affect a presidential nominee's chances—not their race or gender.
In the president's Tuesday night address, he claimed Democrats supported barriers but changed their tune once he took office.
One webpage, now removed, touted the current policies' successes—and praised the bird's mating dances.
The latest assessment paints a bleak picture of the future.
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New research shows whites are less supportive of government benefits if they believe the recipients will primarily be people of color.
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The House Intelligence Committee will investigate an alleged racketeering scheme, dating to 2009, perpetrated by Russian commercial nuclear executives.
A conversation with David Litt about the Obama White House, his new book, and the funniest joke that Obama never delivered.
Fifty-eight percent of Americans believe racism is a pervasive issue.
The regulation would have prohibited the use of hydrofluorocarbons.