Americans have no appetite for political experiments, which is why they would have never allowed an insurrectionist government to remain in power.
The Dobbs decision returns the question of abortion to the democratic process.
The former president told the Copenhagen Democracy Summit that the U.S. and others must address "toxic" political discourse.
Americans are angry that government isn't solving big problems. They're right to be, but they're not helpless.
Victoria Park saw heavy police presence on Saturday as concerns arose that it might be used for "illegal activities."
The latest Democracy Perception Index showed Europe's view of the U.S. influence on democracy up 13 points, but others grew more critical.
Senator Lindsey Graham criticized President Biden's decision to not provide Ukraine with rocket systems that could potentially reach Russia.
Latana political research consultant Frederick Deveaux told Newsweek such studies "determine who is winning the battle of democracy in the eyes of the public."
Biden told the Naval Academy's Class of 2022 that they would graduate as "representatives and defenders of our democracy."
The leak of the Supreme Court's draft opinion is the latest in a long line of events committed to uncovering the truth and subsequently holding those in power accountable.
Naysayers are missing the robust record that the Democrats have to run on—one that includes being the only side standing up for Democracy itself.
The TV host said Friday that "there's more of a difference" between the Democratic and Republican parties today "than there ever has been in American history."
Democratic governors are using the American Rescue Plan to help families stay in their homes or even become first time homeowners.
Despite what you may hear, the war in Ukraine doesn't bolster the image of a world characterized by a democracy versus autocracy death match. If anything, it undermines it.
The U.S. government, and democracies around the world, must act now to fill the cracks in our financial infrastructures, and prevent the fault lines between democracy and kleptocracy from hardening into greater conflict.
"There're a lot of reasons to be concerned about the Ukrainian people generally, but particularly marginalized communities like the LGBTQ+ community," Rep. David Cicilline told Newsweek.
Distracting Europe with internal conflict over supporting Ukrainian refugees could take the focus away from Putin as he looks to offset international pressures.
Democratic parliaments around the world must intensify their support for Tunisia and meet with Tunisians who truly aspire for freedom and a way forward.
Red represents the embarrassment Republicans should feel for their hypocrisy in actually being unabashed partisans for socialist redistribution.
It's "not hard to foresee" the proposed state agency "harassing election officials or voting rights groups," wrote the Washington Post board.
"Black people voting is simply not a priority for Biden, Manchin or Sinema," the radio host said on his Thursday broadcast.
In her book 'Privacy is Power,' Carissa Véliz explores how governments and corporations exploit personal data and the questionable ethics behind it.
Sassoli's death has been attributed to immune system complications.
Democracy cannot survive voter suppression laws that substitute the will of the people for the will of a few.