Voters in the U.S. may head to the polls on Tuesdays, but the rest of the world prefers to save its votes for Sunday.
Even Fat Bear Week isn’t immune to scandal.
In 1957, South Carolina Senator Strom Thurmond made a marathon argument against integration.
Who was Ida B. Wells? A journalist, suffragist, civil rights leader, and now the latest doll in Barbie’s ‘Inspiring Women’ series.
'Voices of Change: Inspiring Words from Activists Around the Globe' is a book of quotes from notable activists throughout history spanning Frederick Douglass and Mary Lyon to Stacey Abrams and Greta Thunberg.
It’s a question that has been debated since the writing of the Constitution: Can Presidents pardon themselves?
The idea of flaunting civic pride got more popular in the mid-20th century, when local governments handed out the stickers to encourage voter participation.
Horace Greeley’s sudden death sent the Electoral College—which had yet to vote—into a state of confusion.
Before women could vote, they contributed to Election Day celebrations the old-fashioned way: by baking fruitcakes.
You can still vote in person after requesting a mail-in ballot, but you need to follow your state's protocol to make sure your vote counts.
Kate Rubins cast her ballot from the International Space Station with the help of a county clerk and a nifty technology known as the PDF.
How safe is voting in person at your local polling place this Election Day? About as safe as running an errand to the grocery store.
It’s been a century since the 19th Amendment was ratified. Mattel is celebrating with a suffragist-inspired Barbie.
From important deadlines to common mistakes, here's what you need to know to make sure your vote gets counted in 2020.
If 2500 people use the voter registration tools on Samuel L. Jackson's HeadCount page, the actor will teach you how to swear in 15 different languages.
States are changing their vote-by-mail rules for this year’s general election. Here's what you need to know.
Many states are letting residents vote by mail in this November’s presidential election—here’s how to do it.
Abraham Lincoln was up for reelection in 1864, and Republicans thought soldiers’ absentee ballots could help.
Election Day 2020 is less than two months away, and you can help things run smoothly (and probably get paid for it).
Old Navy is motivating its more than 50,000 employees to come out in force for Election Day on November 3.
It’s a stage adaptation of an episode from season three, and Aaron Sorkin is on board to write new material for it.
“If there is any invention on earth that we don't want down here, that is it,” a Congressman said about Edison’s voting machine.