Journalists hope to make politicians more accountable and create a more transparent government by fact checking the statements politicians make.
When Venezuela's National Assembly recognized Juan Guaidó as interim president, it was asserting the rule of law over Nicolás Maduro's corruption.
The governments of countries around the world are formally recognizing Juan Guaidó as the interim president of Venezuela.
A new exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington uses artifacts and historical treasures to examine the evolution of American democracy.
The Cuban Communist Party has failed to deliver on the promises of the revolution that ushered it into power 60 years ago.
Six officials linked to former Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro are being sanctioned by the U.S. for blocking humanitarian aid to needy Venezuelans.
For centuries, candidates have thought that well-placed money would earn them loyalty at the ballot box. It doesn't. It just increases corruption.
Practicing a bit of digital diplomacy, Secretary Pompeo answered questions from the people of Iran over social media.
A celebrity endorsement raises awareness, setting your cause apart from others that compete for attention and donations. How do you sign up a celebrity?