A few days a year, hacking enthusiasts at DEFCON race to see if they can prove voting machines are not secure. The event inadvertently provides fodder for disinformation.
It can be nearly impossible for voters to make informed decisions on increasingly important judicial races. But that’s (slowly) starting to shift.
Progressives want the popular vote to be the only vote that matters. But if their dream comes true, will they get what they hope for?
November 3, 2020 is almost guaranteed to result in election recounts. Meet our possible savior: the risk-limiting audit.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said he intends to "leave no vacancy behind." But with the stakes so high, and the ramifications so indelible, why have Senate Democrats been so willing to let him?
Provisional ballots are supposed to be a failsafe. Instead, they’re just one part of a convoluted system keeping marginalized communities from exercising the right to vote.
When Millennium Dance Complex opened in the 90s, the world of hip-hop had very specific visions of how men and women should look and perform. Two decades later, a lot has changed.
These athletes, coaches, and yogis are a middle finger to the oppressively homogenous wellness world.
Leiomy Maldonado says voguing is all about freestyle and self-expression—but that doesn’t mean it’s easy.
Athletes have always told me how eating enough to fuel their training becomes a chore. I wanted to discover for myself what it feels like.
Kameron Michaels is best known for being the show's first self-branded 'muscle queen.'