Compared to the national average of 53 percent, only 31 percent of Asian Americans reported being contacted by candidates or parties in 2012. Less outreach from politicians understandably alienates these voters.
France has been actively grappling with its identity, and this election was one piece of this inward engagement
Despite what you may have heard from the GOP presidential candidates.
Does Rick Perry’s support from 419 likely GOP voters in a recent poll really put him in a different class than Bobby Jindal, who counted 25 supporters?
Harry Truman demonstrated that you could insult your opponents—and the voters—and still win.
Evidence shows that we perceive deeper voices as more authoritative and trustworthy. How will this impact the coming election—especially if there's a woman on the top of the ticket?
We canvassed the world of the social and behavioral sciences, looking for rising stars whose careers promise to make a lasting mark. We'll be profiling the top 30 throughout the month of April.
Understanding Oregon's new voter registration law and how big of a departure it is.
As CEO of Intrade, John Delaney harnessed the wisdom of the crowds, with often freakishly prescient results. Technocratic dreamers were ecstatic about the company's ability to predict the future, and maybe even reshape society. Today Delaney's company has collapsed and his body is entombed atop Mount Everest. A tale of bravado, bluster, and efficient markets.