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 latest pet to carry on Rabbit Hash, Kentucky's tradition of canine mayors is a French Bulldog named Wilbur Beast.
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.