Actions by the Court this week affect refugees trying to come to the U.S. and whether Texas voters can be divvied up by race
It's becoming even harder for anyone who cares about the integrity of elections to believe Republicans are acting in good faith
A high court ruling on gerrymandering has the potential to reshape every area of American politics for generations
Trump's Supreme Court pick said virtually nothing of substance – and the Democrats seem unlikely to stand firm against him
Those actually trying to manipulate the election outcome support the guy who keeps whining about election-rigging
Almost any case you can make against the youth vote applies just as well to many adults we'd never disenfranchise
Singer discusses why opioid epidemic inspires her to vote
Trump shows how little he cares about "the blacks"
One in 40 Americans can't vote because of a criminal conviction. But the rules aren't exactly fair
Many of the same women who had to wait for the right to vote may be a deciding factor in the November election
Will an anti-voter-fraud program designed by one of Trump's advisers deny tens of thousands their right to vote in November?
From a flag-draped Madonna to Lil Jon turning out, the top moments designed to get youth to the polls
Fears of demagoguery are provoking a frightening swing in the other direction
America will vote for president in a country where it's easier to buy a gun than vote in many states
A report from Oregon, which is bucking the national trend of voter suppression