Are our interests shifting away from film and towards TV series? As media changes, is there even a difference between TV and film?
Self-deprecating humor can be a savvy campaign strategy – but only for certain candidates.
New research suggests that raising public awareness about antimicrobial resistance may have unintended consequences.
Spamming in texts or by robo-calls may seem perverse, but it's unlikely to disappear. Here are some things you can expect leading up to the May election, and why they're allowed.
Congressional midterm election spending will likely hit a record $5 billion. But the spending masks the main problem with US campaign financing: who gives the money and what they may get in return.
The Electoral Commission has ruled the official campaign to leave the EU broke funding rules.
The broader nature of today's pro-choice movements show that a specific injustice can be a vehicle for highlighting wider social inequalities.
But there's little evidence the high spending changed any minds, says a political scientist who lives in the district.
Charities are limited in how much they can spend on campaigning. Is this justified?
The decision not to take action against a number of election candidates is not a whitewash, but it shows that the law needs a rethink.
As a candidate, Donald Trump – whose relationship with the WWE spans nearly 30 years – emulated the bombastic style of a pro wrestler. As president, it might be doing him more harm than good.
It's the biggest financial penalty ever paid by a British political party. Here's how the story unfolded.
What can future politicians learn from the president-elect's social media presence while on the campaign trail?
At first it seemed comical that such an unpolished campaign could win over American voters. No one's laughing now.
The idea of hitting voters with a powerful message on election day is just the culmination of three trends in Australian campaign communication that have been brewing for decades.
The 2016 election has shown that when there is a close result, negative advertising can be a very powerful campaign tool.
If the way voters interact with the leaders' Facebook pages is any indication, social media is not having the impact on the campaign that it is assumed to have.
Bringing you up to speed on the political hot potato that may have passed you by.
Both the Liberal and Labor parties focused their very first television ads of the 2016 campaign on Labor leader Bill Shorten.
Many of the most commonly used election terms have a long linguistic history, stretching from ancient Rome to modern-day America and Australia.