The possibility of Hurricane Sandy delaying some presidential and congressional voting next Tuesday is unlikely, but it may take something like a constitutional amendment to make emergency voting laws clear cut and enforceable.
Mitt Rommey will be making a highly publicized trip to Pennsylvania on Sunday. But will he travel just miles from his campaign appearance to see Hurricane Sandy storm damage?
There is a firestorm over a Virginia marketing firm that allegedly flooded mobile devices with political text messages. But lost in the media coverage is the price some consumers might pay who lack unlimited texting plans—and if free speech will keep the practice alive.
In our “American Spirits” exhibit at the National Constitution Center, visitors learn in detail the long path of excessive drinking that led to the 18th Amendment. And one of those traditions was heavy drinking and the buying of votes on Election Day.
Americans will have many things on their minds in November, but what voters do in four states and what nine Supreme Court justices do around a big walnut table in Washington may go far to shape the future of same-sex marriage across the nation.
The unusual scene of political enemies Barack Obama and Chris Christie touring a devastated New Jersey has put the idea of bipartisanship back in the headlines. But not before some critics say the men have other motives.
Americans have never been shy when it comes to volunteering after a disaster. Here are some popular ways you can help with Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts, whether it is through donations or time.
As the destruction from Hurricane Sandy becomes more apparent, so do some key questions about how the epic storm will alter the political landscape.
Will the Federal Emergency Management Agency lose $900 million in funding in just a few months as it tries to cope with Hurricane Sandy? It’s possible, and some bloggers are pointing fingers at the president and Congress for the situation.
An online poll taken by millions of American students that has picked four presidential elections correctly says Barack Obama will defeat Mitt Romney on Election Day.