Laws that limit presidential power won't enforce themselves – Congress must act.
Our whole system of political campaigning needs a reboot.
But there's little evidence the high spending changed any minds, says a political scientist who lives in the district.
Only 20% trust the US 'a great deal' to act responsibly. This is a big fall from the 40% level in 2011, when the question was last asked.
When outrage is misplaced or excessive, it can have negative consequences for a healthy public discourse.
Some have denounced the New York Public Theater for encouraging violence against President Trump. But the play does just the opposite, warning of the pitfalls of political assassination.
Anti-American and anti-corruption stances have given the president of the Philippines broad appeal.
The president restored restrictions on Americans' travel to Cuba and prohibited transactions with its military. Here's why, and what's to come.
But the debate about ethics is less important at the moment than the consideration of possible consequences of Turnbull's speech.
Under US law, the president must publish all of their executive orders for public view. The Australian government is under no such obligation.
Coalition backbenchers have expressed several doubts over the Finkel scheme, most notably on affordability and whether it will include coal.
Research shows that context matters for understanding what a person's words mean – especially when power dynamics are involved.
US President Donald Trump’s call to renegotiate the Paris Climate Accord is a fresh opportunity to craft a binding and enforceable agreement.
American citizens have long favored government openness over secrecy. But with heightened anti-leak and anti-press rhetoric, do some now want strengthened government control of information?
Weeks after Trump's withdrawal from the Paris agreement, powerful US cities are asserting themselves like nation-states to maintain the pact made with the world to help save the planet.
Can Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Mexican politics' long-time left-wing rabble rouser, finally win the presidency?
There are four key things Donald Trump’s election tells us about the state of journalism today.
Did the attorney general help create a false story on why Comey was fired? Sessions' testimony to Congress provides no answers.
And China might not be too worried about it.
There's an assumption that the poor eat more unhealthy fast food because it's relatively cheap, leading some governments to try limit their access. Two researchers tested that assumption.