If we want diversity in the White House, Americans must get over their obsession with likability.
The former secretary of state made history by winning the presidential nomination. Can she do it again by winning the presidency?
More than a decade’s worth of data ranks the roles with which people most associate her.
His call for Russian hackers to break into Hillary Clinton’s email validate the worst suspicions of security-state critics.
The Virginia senator's early call for a war vote in Congress helped him break free of President Obama and earn a spot as Hillary Clinton’s running mate.
He relies on nostalgia to portray her as an agent of change, not a card-carrying member of the Washington establishment.
It is not clear whether veterans Gavin Eugene Long and Micah Xavier Johnson suffered from PTSD.
The majority of Americans living next to dividing line between the U.S. and Mexico say they don't need the barrier.
The Democratic National Convention got off to an inauspicious start.
Research shows that even people who consciously reject sexism often subconsciously equate leadership with men.
The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee’s Monday speech marked a departure from last fall, when she said the department’s problems were not as “widespread” as some claimed.