The State Department is begging random Russians and Iranians for information about election interference, by spamming them with SMS messages.
The announcement comes after 12 pro-democracy candidates were disqualified from running in the election.
Singaporeans hit the polls on July 10. What can we expect from the first election to take place in Southeast Asia amid the coronavirus pandemic?
The relationship between WWE founders Vince and Linda McMahon and President Trump has deep roots.
The Democratic Party’s most popular figure can now be a powerful surrogate for his old buddy and running mate.
Bloomberg hates being called an oligarch. So we tried to figure out if the term actually fits the $60 billion man.
In 2008, the man with the money had an interesting interpretation as to why the entire economy fell apart.
Sanders and Warren have better policies on privacy, surveillance, broadband access, net neutrality, and other internet freedom issues, a study by Free Press has found.
Marianne Williamson, the self-help author who once called for a federal Department of Peace, is no longer running for president.
A dispatch from Iowa on what exactly makes the 2020 candidate so appealing to white Democrats.
The 40-year-old MP told his caucus Thursday morning he would be resigning.
Her once-promising campaign is over.