The Address America project has its boots on the ground in Charlotte and Tampa, and a sampling of six-word slogans shows themes that cross party boundaries.
Lyle Denniston looks at the legal issues of allowing voters to go to the polls in early voting, days before Election Day, as a convenience.
A decision in Virginia to allow Virgil Goode on the presidential ballot could shake up the national election. And Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson has now come into the spoiler picture.
The official list of speakers is out for the Democratic convention in Charlotte and Michelle Obama is the featured speaker on Tuesday, a week after Chris Christie had a similar role at the GOP convention.
As the GOP convention wrapped up in Tampa, we caught up with people who had some catchy six-word slogans that spoke to long-term issues in our society.
A recent report that most Americans can’t name one Supreme Court justice has us giving a pop quiz to test our readers’ very basic high-court knowledge.
A study from the Pew Research Center shows potential voters are more focused on each party’s convention platforms than big-name speakers in Tampa and Charlotte.
The final night of the Republican convention saw Mitt Romney’s table-setting speech, an improv act from Clint Eastwood, and some more jabs at the Democrats.
The new movie “Lawless” takes on a recently popular topic, moonshiners, back in the final days of Prohibition.
Matthew Flinders argues that the Internet has failed to build a richer relationship between politics and politicians—and why he’s glad the predictions of a digital democracy have proved mythical.