President Richard Nixon, under popular pressure, formally certified the 26th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Forty years after the news of the Watergate burglary, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein take on certain historical revisionists who claim Watergate was nothing more than a misguided political caper.
Newly elected Connecticut Secretary of State Denise Merril, a Democrat, was stunned to discover that her Republican counterparts across the country were all focused on how to keep the number of voters down in their states.
Polls show a near dead heat in the bitter battle pitting labor's legions against Walker's millions.
In 30 years demographers forecast that the population of the U.S. will no longer be majority white.
The world has entered a moment where millions of people are coming to believe that radical change is not only possible, but necessary.
Israel has always presented itself as "an oasis of democracy in a sea of despotism," an outpost of pluralism surrounded by tyranny.
With the U.S. political system inundated by a flood of unchecked, uncontrollable corporate campaign cash funneled through unaccountable political campaign finance committees, unions blasted the tide of contributions.
President Obama has 244 accomplishments under his belt since he took office despite fanatical Republican opposition aimed at wrecking his presidency.