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In an act of cultural and historic preservation, four artists have bought the house in Tryon, N.C., where Ms. Simone was born and raised.

Matt Davies is Newsday's Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist. His cartoons respond to news on Long Island and around the world with a blend of humor and opinion.

Whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump wins Tuesday, understanding the psychological causes of our national rift can help us bridge it

Get up to the minute breaking political news and in-depth analysis on ABCNews.com.

The Hill is a top US political website, read by the White House and more lawmakers than any other site -- vital for policy, politics and election campaigns.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton forego formalities as the general election campaign begins. Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge and Allegheny College President James Mullen discuss the erosion of civility in politics.

While some real-life drama is playing out in the Republican presidential race, we have long had a fascination with politics in the world of entertainment. Stef Woods, a professor in the American Studies Program at American University, joined us how t

Jewish photographer Nadav Kander’s cover shot of Donald Trump seems simple enough, but look closer. There’s more to it than you might think.

America has gone through the same sort of transformation and reforging of identity that Theodore Roosevelt experienced

A new Brookings report analyzes how both parties are struggling to address rising poverty outside of urban America.

Before flagging off son's yatra, SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav 'advises' Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit the families of martyrs.

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White House memos reveal the political cynicism behind President Bill Clinton’s Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act.

As the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School celebrates its 50th anniversary, alumni reflect on the important influence it had on their lives.

New political science research says that, contrary to conventional wisdom, political attitudes are a consequence of political actions, rather than their cause.

It was clear from the beginning of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign that the “woman issue” was going to play a large part, with an emphasis on shattering glass ceilings. What was not clear until the…

Calling politicians out on their bigotry isn't a matter of bringing politics into the classroom, writes teacher Lucas Jacob.