While it's unprecedented to call an election 'rigged' before voting has even taken place, there is a history of candidates crying foul after suspicious results.
Younger evangelicals have a very different view of their faith.Their perspective on issues such as immigration and economic inequality differs widely from that of the religious right.
At a time when politics is showing its most divisive side, a scholar argues that embracing humility could help us deal with hidden biases.
As deadlines loom large for Congress, is there any hope for avoiding gridlock? A political scientist examines one common, informal way members build relationships across the aisle.
Achieving greater freedom and equality for all identity groups is African democrats' primary goal. By contrast, American democrats have traditionally been preoccupied with individual rights.
Anyone who still dismisses Donald Trump as a ludicrous amateur should now realise just how dangerous he is.
Even by the standards of the Trump campaign, the Republican jamboree in Cleveland was a sorry spectacle.
Trump appeared surprisingly presidential. According to a scholar of American political rhetoric, there were echoes of Roosevelt, Eisenhower and Reagan.
A host of vast and persistent economic inequalities in America has created the perfect environment for a right-wing populist like Donald Trump.
Donald Trump runs his campaign like reality television – high on emotion, low on substance. But that is the key to his appeal to many disenfranchised Americans.
With prospective first lady Melania Trump accused of plagiarising Michelle Obama, the Republicans are off to a predictably rocky start.
Both the Republican and Democratic platforms show a shift away from globalization, thanks to the influence of the rise of populists in both parties.
After a year of trying to bring him down, the Republican Party will rally behind Donald Trump this week – sort of.
Republicans and Democrats alike claim their conventions provide a big economic boost to their host cities. What's the evidence say?
While technology companies have embraced Washington, they haven’t yet embraced political disclosure.
Some Republican leaders are hunting for an orthodox, credible candidate to save them from Donald Trump. They probably can't win.
Seemingly poles apart, Donald Trump and Jacob Zuma have something in common: they are both prominent patriarchs with populist support. And they both count women among their staunch supporters.
The Republican establishment's worst nightmare has become reality. What now?
The Republicans' disaster of a frontrunner is making moves to appear more presidential. Is anyone fooled?
It could be battle royale for the Republicans at the Ohio convention in July.