How Camera Framing Can Change Voters' Perceptions in Primary Debates
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.
Polls and History Show Americans Are Fine With Political Nepotism
Bushes and Clintons have held top positions in American politics for as long as I've been alive.
Just Like Clinton: How Often Americans Conduct Business Using Their Personal Emails
Is the former Secretary of State really that different from the rest of us?
Don't Fear the Zombie Candidates: The Not-So-Promising Rise of Paul
Money, even lots of it, isn't enough to win a presidential nomination if party insiders want someone else.