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Barton Community College’s Science and Math building will no longer be a voting site for residents of Barton County Township-A.
Voter registration non-profit HeadCount was onsite and hard at work getting music lovers both young and old involved in our country’s democratic system.
Actress Kerry Washington are optimistic that Democrats will soon make automatic voter registration a reality in the Empire State.
Why do people decide not to vote? New research published in the journal Nature Human Behaviour provides evidence that lack of sleep may play a role.
A pro-Kremlin Russian TV network is planning to air a mini-series about Chernobyl, suggesting a CIA saboteur was behind the 1986 disaster in Ukraine.
Billie Eilish is teaming up with Head Count, a non-partisan organization working with musicians to get people registered to vote.
Every major Russian media outlet had to chime in about the “Chernobyl” TV series by HBO. Although the foreign program airs only online to paying viewers.
Spain’s Supreme Court on Tuesday temporarily halted the government’s plan to move the remains of Gen. Francisco Franco to a discreet tomb next week.
Demonstrators sustained through lengthy negotiations and armed attacks by donations of food and drinks, many distributed by an extraordinary tea seller.