Americans might not have much confidence in the election process; the Founding Fathers wouldn't have liked it much either.
Running on socially progressive policies, Justin Trudeau was elected in 2015 as Canada's prime minister. What does he stand for?
When monarchies ruled, insulting kings was illegal. But many countries still use these laws, so where is it a crime to insult a leader?
Change is the only constant, not just in life, but also in politics. Continue reading →
One issue likely to be debated hotly in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election is privatization -- whether some agencies would better benefit the public being run as private entities or whether they should remain government-run.
Donald Trump has recently come under fire in some corners for his support of the eminent domain, which lets a state government seize your land. What are the limits to eminent domain, and how can a state just take your home?
The legal definition of treason is often misunderstood, even at the highest levels of government. Trace examines what it really means to be a traitor.
New legislation in the U.S. Congress may speed the arrival of new drugs, but will it leave citizens more exposed to dangerous drugs that have not been thoroughly tested? Julia Wilde examines how a drug moves through the FDA's approval process.
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