Partisan division has reached its peak, shows an alarming new study that identifies three crucial components.
States set their own voting laws, so where does this make voting easiest?
Younger Americans support expanding the Supreme Court and serious political reforms, says new poll.
A simple postcard can improve voter registration rates. Who knew?
The states with golden stars on them are extra intriguing.
Research calls into question the separation of church and state in the United States.
The counties in question failed to provide voting and elections information online in both Spanish and English.
Getting your vote to where it matters can be harder and more corrupt than it should be. Could blockchain technology build a better system and rebuild people's trust?
Elitism has come under fire since the recent wave of populist politics. But when we don't listen to experts, we end up listening to politicians' lies, says Richard Dawkins.
Mathematicians are working to combat partisan gerrymandering.
Bill Nye is the CEO of The Planetary Society, has his own Netflix show, flew on Air Force One with President Obama, and has at least six honorary doctorate degrees. But there's one thing that makes him prouder than all that combined.
Election day is near and photos of people casting their ballots have already started to flow onto social media. But, depending on what state you live in, that voting selfie might be illegal
The polls are in, and what will be the deciding factor in the 2016 U.S. Presidential election is something a little more human.
Online voting will transform our political process. It will improve turnout and make the U.S. a more democratic society.