Research suggests it’s entirely possible.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and Lincoln screenwriter is very aware of the problems we face as a society, but he has faith in the political process.
How national affiliation became such an important part of our personal identity.
His place in the polls continues to drop, but is there hope yet for Anthony Weiner? Research indicates that many politicians tainted by scandal get elected anyway.
Arguably the greatest long-distance runner ever, Haile Gebrselassie is now aiming for a spot in Ethiopia's parliament.
New research suggests Mexican immigrants in the U.S. are all over the political spectrum—and those on the right are more likely to vote.
Texans are the least politically-engaged Americans.
States place industrial plants near downwind borders to pass on environmental costs, state legislatures have stopped growing to keep up with population growth, and other lessons from the 13th annual State Politics and Policy Conference.
How an average fighter used racially coded language to tap into some dark insecurities and rise through the ranks of the UFC.
New research finds people on both sides of the ideological divide caricature the other, but those on the far left are the most guilty.