For the Spanish region, the struggle for independence is far from over, but many see the vote as an important step in the face of violent opposition.
Several Republican senators, including John McCain, ended up siding with their party after keeping colleagues—and concerned voters—in suspense.
Donald Trump's rhetoric during the last days of the campaign has led even the most equable of journalists to the end of his rope.
While the Democratic presidential nominee may not be an ideal candidate—and the bar has been set low—Americans cannot afford to visit on the nation the damage Donald Trump would no doubt cause as president.
Voters in many states will have the opportunity Tuesday to weigh in on a wide variety of inequality-related issues, from taxing the wealthy to tackling price-gouging on drugs.
If you think such fraud is an unprosecuted crime, tell that to the Maryland investigators who knocked on my door in 2014.
Much of the country will vote before Election Day. Starting this week, ProPublica's Electionland project has begun looking for problems that prevent people from voting.
In all but four states, private citizens can challenge someone’s right to cast a ballot on or before Election Day. In most places, the burden of proof then falls on the voter.
This week gave Americans a sneak peek at the upcoming presidential debate, and Truthdig wants to know what you think is being left out of the political dialogue.