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.
Does bad weather really favor one party in a national election? Data from a 2007 study is getting new attention as people ponder the effects of Hurricane Sandy in the coming week.
Voters in Iceland have pushed their crowd-sourced constitution, which includes ideas from Facebook and Twitter, closer to approval. But will the experimental process get across the finish line?
You can’t put a price on justice — but some are trying to charge a fee to fix what others call an injustice.
As Hurricane Sandy rolls into the Northeast region, the huge storm might force the campaigns of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney to roll back their own rhetoric.
As Hurricane Sandy heads toward land on the East Coast, the storm and its aftermath could lend an interesting twist to the upcoming general election, as some power outages could last into Election Day.
This Saturday marks the 225th birthday of The Federalist, the series of essays that helped make our Constitution a reality. A look back at the papers shows that their chief architect, Alexander Hamilton, could be called our “founding blogger.”