The Student Reporting Labs team covered the Republican and Democratic National Conventions, exploring each host city to find a diverse range of youth perspectives on this year’s presidential race.
By Maya MacGuineas
It’s four months until Election Day, and neither of the presumptive nominees of the two major parties has a plan to reverse the growth of our record-high national debt.
By Lisa Desjardins, Daniel Bush
It all started with a small group of House Democrats from New England. Fed up with federal inaction on gun violence after the Orlando massacre, Reps. Katherine Clark of Massachusetts, David Cicilline of Rhode Island and John Larson of Connecticut…
By Daniel Bush
Hillary Clinton has one big demographic problem area, a major voting bloc that’s truly up for grabs in 2016: moderate white men. Trump will need them to turn out in record numbers to have any chance at a win. And…
By Associated Press
Clinton told an enthusiastic crowd at Greater St. Paul Baptist Church that the country is "getting indifferent to the great toll of gun violence."…
In 1994, strict immigration policies in California, supported by then-GOP Gov. Pete Wilson, mobilized the Latino community into political action. The work of immigrants rights advocates, along with demographic changes in the Golden State, turned the home of Ronald Reagan…
By PBS NewsHour
The presidential campaigns are homing in on their New York supporters with two days left before the Empire State’s delegate-rich primary. For more about the boisterous New York campaign, Bob Hardt, the Political Director for NY1 joins Alison Stewart.
By Justin Christensen
Presidential elections give teachers a chance to engage students in lessons about the electoral process, but some of the behavior exhibited during this primary season has posed a challenge for teachers.
By Nancy Benac, Associated Press
Eager to lock up the GOP nomination without a convention fight, Donald Trump battled Saturday to pad his lead in the delegate count as four more states delivered verdicts on the fractious Republican race for president. Democrats in three states…
By Ken Thomas and Lisa Lerer, Associated Press
Hillary Clinton enters a series of Super Tuesday contests poised to extend her lead over Democratic rival Bernie Sanders, who risks a major setback for his insurgent campaign with a poor showing in primaries and caucuses across the nation.
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