19th Amendment experts suggest that women are finally gaining a measure of the political leverage that the 19th Amendment promised when it gave women the right to vote 90 years ago.
Two sets of researchers have shown that cars' onboard computers can be vulnerable to hackers. Cars remain safe, they say, but the studies show that flaws need to be addressed soon.
About 40 states will probably have adopted the 'Common Core' education standards by spring. But critics caution that buy-in is just a start.
A new Gallup poll found record low public confidence in Congress. Political analysts say that the House and Senate will not be rewarded for their high productivity this session because the laws they passed have yet to affect the populace.
Scott Brown is the swing vote for any major legislation that majority Democrats want to move. But come November, that is likely to change.
What the tragedy of the BP oil spill has taught us about regulations, technology, and how our energy diet must change.
The Senate hearings for Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan begin Monday. Here is a primer on how a deeply partisan Senate might challenge her.
Gulf oil spill: Researchers are using a relatively new tool to track the plume: 'glider' robots that use water power to zigzag through the ocean.