The research suggests that political polarization, while very real, hasn't convinced Americans to distrust the rule of law.
New research finds higher levels of philanthropy in ideologically homogeneous areas.
New research finds a majority of Americans are tired of political polarization, and are looking for compromise.
When it comes to presidential scandals, is all press really good press?
News and notes from Pacific Standard staff and contributors.
Thoughts of death inspire us to cling more tightly to the beliefs that give our lives meaning—including our ideological stances.
When violent white supremacists attack and kill people, criticizing divisiveness and urging people to unite is, at best, a dodge.
Legislative productivity is contingent on much more than simply having the numbers.
Look to the Colorado state legislature, which just closed its 2017 session, for lessons on how to put an end to gridlock in Washington, D.C.
Republicans talk about ideology and Democrats talk about groups—but they may be talking about the same thing.
A look at the Bipartisan Policy Center's comprehensive consideration of the issue.