For more than two centuries, one particular epithet has resonated through US politics – and even helped inspire the unofficial mascot of a major political party.
This week on Race to the White House, Brendon O’Connor, Tom Switzer and Emma Lancaster look at the first and only 2016 vice-presidential debate.
One in five vice presidents becomes president. So we had scholars watching Tuesday night. Here’s what they heard.
The vice presidential debate may not set off fireworks quite like the presidential debate, but two political scientists explain why it’s still important.
The fact that so much of the religious vote will go to the obviously less religious candidate says a lot about the 2016 US presidential election.
The senator from Virginia has a reputation for integrity, speaks Spanish and comes from a purple state. Also, control of his Senate seat isn’t in play.