Results 21-30 of 10732
Donald Trump supporters hold up their signs as they wait for the candidate to make an appearance in May.

What Would Abraham Lincoln Say to Donald Trump About Religion, Politics and Being a ‘Know Nothing’?

In the 1850s, an influx of immigrants incited xenophobia in Americans. How did Abraham Lincoln, the GOP's first president, react to the angry mood? A Civil War historian tells the tale.

The Fight Over How to Avoid a Government Shutdown Is Just Getting Started

Lawmakers left for summer recess without having passed a single appropriations bill, setting the stage for a contentious budget battle when they return in September.

Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., speaks at a Clinton rally in Annandale on Thursday.

Tim Kaine Takes His Turn Trying Out as Clinton's VP

The Virginia senator auditioned during a rally Thursday.

Sadly, the eagle is not a potential running mate.

Play of the Day: The Trump Veepstakes

Reports say it's Mike Pence, but Trump seems to be weighing his options.

Quiz: How Well Do You Know the Hatch Act?

Test your knowledge of the law that limits political activity in the federal workplace.

Joe Biden and Sarah Palin green each other before they debate in 2008.

Will the Vice Presidential Candidates Matter This Year? Maybe, but Not the Way You Think.

Who will Trump and Clinton pick? Two political scientists say as long as the running mates aren't as fiercely unpopular as the presidential candidates, it could boost the ticket.

President Obama campaigns with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Charlotte, N.C., last week.

When Obama Gains, Clinton Scores

The results of the latest Heartland Monitor Poll demonstrate how much assessments of an outgoing president shape the race to succeed him.

Carla Hayden speaks in Seattle in 2004.

The Library of Congress Gets a History-Making New Leader

Carla Hayden is the first woman and African American to serve as Librarian of Congress.

Play of the Day: The Republican Party's Anti-Porn Platform

Stephen Colbert wonders if the GOP is missing some opportunities.

Hillary Clinton, Tracy Flick, and the Reclaiming of Female Ambition

The woman president has long been a feature of American pop culture. The woman candidate, though, is rarer—and even more fraught.

Thank you for subscribing to newsletters from GovExec.com.
We think these reports might interest you:

  • Sponsored by eSignLive by VASCO

    Mobile E-Signatures for Government

    Learn 5 key trends that accelerate government demand for mobile signing.

  • Sponsored by Management Concepts

    SPONSORED: Successful Change Management Practices in the Public Sector

    How governmental agencies implement organizational change management.

  • Sponsored by Kronos

    Solving the Workforce Compliance Challenge

    Download this eBook to learn how data and automation can help state and local agencies.


When you download a report, your information may be shared with the underwriters of that document.