From candidates to supporters, what are our duties to support the political process?
The furor sparked by the slanted treatment of Covington High School protesters raises questions about the prospects of objectivity in the days of instant news.
The recent admissions scandal has revealed the unfair advantages that certain people have when applying to school, and what that might mean for the rest of us.
Recent accusations that Fox News is a propaganda machine might strike some as hyperbole, but there is a real danger in the dwindling line between the government and news organizations.
Hyperpartisanship is not helped when potential candidates are seemingly more interested in their egos than their policies.
Has America become an oligarchic state with regard to corruption, and can Elizabeth Warren's proposal help get things back on track?
Government shutdowns are often a highly partisan issue. So how should we parse the most recent one?
Though American politics may seem more divided than ever, it's important to note the changes still taking place.
Echo chambers are creating insular factions and polarizing politics. Is this a problem? And is there a way out?
In November, Utah voters made medical marijuana legal with a ballot measure. However, legislation is already underway to restrict it.