Timely new research reveals that, in televised debates, producers give some candidates a more favorable visual treatment than others—and in 2016, the big winner was Donald Trump.
Data since the 2016 election shows Democrats are still divided.
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.
After the 2016 election, disability activists say the bar for prospective Democratic nominees has never been higher.
Unlike men, they need to convince voters they can simultaneously fill the roles of homemaker and public official.
New research backs up anecdotal reports that the election of a bully inspired adolescent imitators.
Democrats understand the last election determines how the party prepares for the next one.
In the wake of her defeat, women were viewed as less likely to get promoted, according to new research.
A new analysis finds attitudes about gender and race were far better predictors of support for Trump than personal economic woes.
New research identifies yet another prejudice faced by women running for office.
Agents from the Little Rock, Arkansas, field office are looking into whether any donations to the Clinton Foundation were made in exchange for political favors while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.
The House Intelligence Committee will investigate an alleged racketeering scheme, dating to 2009, perpetrated by Russian commercial nuclear executives.
Sources say Clinton aide Huma Abedin was forwarding far fewer emails containing classified information to her husband, Anthony Weiner.