This Woman Plans to Be One of the First 'Dreamers' in Office
Catalina Cruz came to the US from Colombia at nine years old. Now, after a career of supporting politicians, she aims to start advocating for immigrants as a politician herself.
There's a Historic Number of Women Running for Congress
While Hillary Clinton's candidacy at the top of the ticket is making history, political experts say we should be looking down the ballot as well.
Photos of First-Time Voters at Myanmar's Historic Election
As early results point to Aung San Suu Kyi's party taking victory in Myanmar, here's what the election looked like on the ground.
The First Bitcoin Voting Machine Is On Its Way
Blockchain-based voting machines could be more secure and transparent than current systems.
The Upcoming Leadership Spill: An Explainer
What's a spill and how exactly did we get here?
Trying to Vote While Disabled Sucks
For disabled people, every election is tinged with fear over whether they'll be able to get to a polling booth and vote without being humiliated.
Bitcoin Could Revolutionize Voting
Bitcoin, the virtual currency, has had a rough year. But the underlying technology behind it is being used in small test environments to see how a decentralized and encrypted system of trust can be applied to voting and democracy.