In an era when US elections in general are flawed at best, Georgia is pushing firmly to lead the states with the least-representative voting system of all.
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From trade to refugee quotas to regional concerns, a newly empowered Democratic majority would work energetically to hold the administration to account.
A Russian woman accused by the U.S. of helping oversee a social media effort to influence the 2018 U.S. midterm elections mocked the accusations Monday.
U.S National Security Adviser John Bolton says he told Russian officials that its meddling in 2016 election didn’t affect the outcome but created distrust.
A unique mathematical model has been developed by two economics professors that shines new light on representative politics in a refreshing way.
The Justice Department unsealed criminal charges detailing a years long effort by Russian troll farm to sow division and discord in U.S. political system.
A phrase pops up a lot when investigative journalists talk about politics: Follow the money. It can lead you to uncover large scale corruption. Here’s how.
A fact-checking site has verified claims circulating on the Internet that the United States has fallen in a ranking of world’s strongest democracies.
U.S. intelligence, law enforcement and security agencies are warning that Russia is persistently targeting the country’s upcoming midterm elections.
U.S. intelligence officials are concerned about “ongoing campaigns” by Russia, China and other countries to undermine confidence in American democracy.