Facebook announced this week that a Russian propaganda organization used the social media platform to purchase $100,000 of political advertising. Here’s what you need to know about this news.
By Dan Cooney
Today in the Morning Line: 43 states have some form of early voting What mail ballots could say about the N.C. Senate race About one-in-five expected to vote early More fundraising for President Obama Early voting underway: With less than…
By Domenico Montanaro, Rachel Wellford
Judy Woodruff reports on GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney launching an aggressive assault on South Carolina primary winner Newt Gingrich. Then, Gwen Ifill discusses the state of the Republican field ahead of Florida's primary next week with The Rothenberg Political…
Hari Sreenivasan interviews Morgan Spurlock about his latest documentary.
Politicians campaigning to get their message across the airwaves spent almost $3 billion this year. Ray Suarez looks at this election's top campaign ads with Evan Tracey of the Campaign Media Analysis Group.
Six days before the midterm elections, candidates are making their arguments to voters in final debates and airing a slew of new campaign ads.
The world's largest classified ads website, Craigslist.org, shut down its profitable adult services section after accusations that it was being used for prostitution and human trafficking. Judy Woodruff gets two views on the larger legal impact.
With the midterm election approaching and control of Congress at stake, bitterly-fought campaigns have led to a number of controversial negative ads making the news. Analysts discuss the impact of charges of emotional pandering, financial chicanery and loose morals.
As the Senate races in New Jersey and Pennsylvania heat up, incumbents in both states are in danger of losing their seats. A political journalist from each state analyzes the races and the key issues the candidates are focusing on…
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