The U.N. charter laid out the principles that guide the United Nations. Learn how this document was shaped, and why it helps ensure the U.N.'s success.
The U.S. government protects its citizens' right to protest at both the federal and the city level. Learn more about protest permits here.
Police in the United States have joined marches for reform after a man's death in police custody. See how law enforcement is supporting peaceful protests.
The Chinese government censors newspapers, television, social media and the internet to control their citizens. Here is a list of words you can't say.
On May 20, 2018, Nicolás Maduro rigged Venezuela's presidential election and has remained in power ever since. Learn how the election was manipulated.
Find out how candidates who are not members of the two major U.S. political parties can still make their mark in American politics.
The Organization of American States has defended the rights of all nations in the Western Hemisphere since its founding in 1948.
Read on to learn why ballots in American elections are offered in so many different languages and what some of those languages are.
The U.S. national election in November might be more challenging this year, but the U.S. democracy isn't going to let the new coronavirus change it.