Crack is whack, especially for mayors of major North American cities.
Americans who know basic facts about the NSA are more likely to dislike it than those who are less knowledgeable.
Local election officials figured out how to help voters after Hurricane Sandy.
A new open access peer reviewed political science journal opens for submissions
When elections are competitive, people hold off on making investments that would be costly to unload.
By Brandice Canes-Wrone and Jee-Kwang Park
Why calling out Assad's criminal behavior matters.
Elizabeth Warren has been fighting for higher quality social science for decades
Why last night's results may make it harder, not easier, for Democrats in 2014 and 2016.
New research examines demonstrates the way money affects the legislative process across all 50 U.S. states.
Alliances across different countries' spying agencies are probably more important than the disagreements between them.