The current period of partisan division in the US isn't unique. We can learn from past President Dwight Eisenhower on how to leave bitterness behind and get back to what he called the "Middle Way."
While current congressional leaders are digging in their heels along party lines, it might be good to take a step back and consider how two Senate leaders in the 1980s reached across the aisle.
Political and community leaders must act now to preserve the American middle class and adapt the US economy for the 21st century.
Yes, American politics is getting uglier. Here's why.
Congress is trying to curb the president's ties to human rights abusers, harkening back to landmark legislation of the 1970s.
Our morals compel us toward helping our team win. This can turn even otherwise innocuous decisions into 'us vs. them.'
Three scholars grade Trump's first address to Congress. How did he do on Obamacare? What would his 'merit-based' immigration proposal mean? And can he play nice with others
There's more than one reason, according to two professors who have studied 25 years of Clinton's public life.
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.