Trump and Clinton on race and police in first presidential debate


Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced off Monday night in the first of three presidential debates leading up to this year’s election on Nov. 8. Continue reading


Gerrymandering and partisan politics in the U.S.


The practice of drawing congressional district lines to benefit one political party over another is known as gerrymandering and dates back to the 19th century. Continue reading

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump meets with teachers, students and local officials during a campaign visit to the Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S., September 8, 2016.  REUTERS/Mike Segar - RTX2OPQK

Where do the presidential candidates stand on education?


As Election Day approached, the candidates running for president have made and effort to appeal to parents, teachers and students by showing them where they stand on education.
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Candidates cite security qualifications after weekend attacks


Following pipe bomb attacks over the weekend, the presidential candidates each took a moment to assure voters of their national security qualifications. Continue reading


Clinton on bed rest and defensive over ‘deplorables’ remark


Hillary Clinton had to stay home in order to recover from pneumonia this week, but that didn’t stop her campaign.

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