The Republican presidential candidate wants to whittle the tax code down to three pages – from 74,000 in laws and interpretations. Is it possible?
An estimated 1.6 million American children are separated from their parents through deportation.
Some presidential candidates have compared Social Security to a Ponzi scheme. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Two political scholars evaluate the fourth GOP debate. This round was more about the issues, and less about the moderators.
With one year to go till the 2016 election, the candidates for presidency of the United States would do well to see what failure looked like 100 years ago.
Because Carson is patently unqualified, his presidential candidacy may be doing more to perpetuate racism than undo it.
Vast majorities of Americans espouse "socialist" views, which has helped propel Bernie Sanders in the polls. Yet our system of campaign finance makes it next to impossible for him to win.
Legal scholars agree: Cruz is eligible to run for president. But that fact won't stop Trump and his other opponents from bringing up his Canadian birth.
Asian Americans are the wealthiest, best-educated and fastest-growing segment of voters in the US. They are also increasingly voting Democratic.
The Republican base wants its country back from the "insiders" – by which it means anyone with conventional expertise.
Research shows that the clothes you wear not only affect how others see you but also how you see yourself and who you are on a biological level.
In the last Republican presidential debate, two candidates spoke out on climate change – a sign that the tide is turning away from linking conservative policies with denying climate change.
Candidates sparred among themselves and the media but still managed to debate some of the key economic issues that matter most to Americans – though they ignored a few.
Was the latest GOP debate designed just to give candidates – and viewers – something to tweet about?
His poll numbers are tanking. He's cutting staff. It's time for Jeb to deliver -- or go home.
Her candidacy was looking shaky over the summer, but in a few short days, Hillary Clinton has proved she's still leading the pack.
Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina boast that their business experience would make them excellent presidents, yet their immigration policies fall short of the lessons from Business 101.
Trump is getting protective over his trademark 'Make America Great Again'. But it might not be such a good idea.
All the candidates make the most of social networks to rake in cash.
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