Political polls aren't always right, but don't expect them to go away soon. They are still the best way to see what's on the voters' minds and who's ahead.
In the United States, defeated political candidates acknowledge election losses publicly, knowing that they have the chance to compete and win another day.
Censoring the internet censors free speech. Political dissent, strong language and even offensive speech are part of a strong democracy.
On March 3, Super Tuesday, voters will award more than a third of the delegates needed to win the Democratic Party's presidential nomination.
The U.S. announces it is ending all waivers to countries purchasing Iranian crude oil and ensures a steady transition to other oil suppliers.
The U.S. ensures the security of its elections with transparency. This video explains how U.S. voting works by keeping polling places honest and fair.
On Tuesday, November 8, Americans will cast their votes for the next president. How can they be sure their votes are tallied correctly? Watch and learn.
Modern U.S. presidents' records and artifacts are preserved for public access in presidential libraries. But these aren't your average libraries.
On October 3, 1913, President Wilson signed a law establishing the national income tax. Income taxes remain a vital source of federal revenue.