Age is a better predictor than gender, income, race or party affiliation in the sharing of false news stories on Facebook.
For the state’s elderly and disabled populations, as well as for home care workers, the measure could bring much-needed relief—but state business groups are trying to stop it.
A new report finds only a fraction of the $380 million earmarked by the government's Election Assistance Commission will be spent ahead of November's midterms.
The president's Aug. 5 tweet that the purpose of the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting "was to get information on an opponent” was tantamount to an admission of illegal behavior.
"There's no real evidence of it anywhere," a former member of the commission tells The Associated Press.
Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer discusses the documentary “Dark Money” with its director and the journalist who broke the story of how corporations infiltrated Montana’s elections.
The Democratic National Committee will vote in August on a rule calling for candidates to be Democrats in order to run for president in the party's primaries. In addition, the elimination of superdelegates will be considered.
After propelling Democrat Doug Jones all the way to the Senate, it’s their time to shine.
The largest voting bloc in America isn’t Democratic or Republican. It’s the people who don’t vote.
The social media giant vastly expands the estimate of those touched by the Cambridge Analytica privacy case. The company also says it will restrict the user data that outsiders can access.