New research finds that marketing messages that are inconsistent with our values can lead us to view a food product as less healthy.
By some measures, pro-choice groups outspend their pro-life counterparts by as much as 10-to-one. But it all depends on what you count as an abortion policy group.
New research finds that the cable channel played an important role in shaping opinion about the GND.
Though the vote is expected to be along party lines, the bill is more likely to gain the support of some Republicans than previous climate legislation.
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.
New research finds that Americans tend to trust mainstream news sources over highly partisan ones, including those that reflect our prejudices.
There are significant differences between what the Democratic and Republican parties hope to see the government address in 2019.
The research suggests that political polarization, while very real, hasn't convinced Americans to distrust the rule of law.
Ballot measures are unique in that there's no clear signal telling voters what party each issue is aligned with.
The answer: pretty well.
Research shows that Americans are far less concerned about the threat of global warming than their European counterparts.
Why the environment has been so conspicuously absent from this year's debates
Transportation used to be one of the few guaranteed areas of agreement when pragmatism trumped ideology in D.C. But that’s no longer the case.
Who controls the Nixon Library? A dispute over how to tell the story of his presidency raises questions about the purpose, and legitimacy, of presidential libraries.