“Zinger” is one of many political words originating in the sports world. But by 1970, as political discourse became less civil and more confrontational, it turned into a catchy synonym for a barbed quip.
Duverger’s law is a political theory that says democracies with single-member legislative districts and winner-take-all voting tend to favor a two-party system.
A civil rights museum in North Carolina said both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are welcome to visit, as is the general public. But there will be no special treatment.
More Americans think that the media are too easy on candidates than in 2012 or 2008, according to a Pew Research Center poll. But they're also more likely to say that 'their' candidates are treated too harshly.
Jason Kander, a Missouri senate hopeful, released a video that has nearly a million views of himself assembling a rifle blindfolded while explaining his support for background checks.