Kobach failed to enforce a court-ordered freeze on Kansas's controversial voter registration laws.
Can the European Union stop the rise of authoritarianism in Hungary?
The problem is deeper than the Electoral College versus the popular vote. The problem is about majorities versus minorities, and neither side of the current debate is offering solutions.
CEO says he is confident Facebook can curb any state-sponsored disruption of November's political races.
The State Department has spent $0 of its allocated $120 million to fight Russian election meddling.
"Thank God we have the internet, thank God we have Facebook," Salvini said.
A majority of Americans don't think Trump is doing enough to prevent another foreign influence campaign on U.S. elections, though respondents remain largely split along party lines.
Shortly after the clip went viral, local news outlets reported that the fence had vanished.
"This is as much an attack on the US as if they were bombs and bullets. It's an attack on our essential governing structure," Nadler told CNN.
Ksenia Sobchak, who is rumored to be Putin's goddaughter, wants to bring Russia closer to the U.S., the EU and NATO.
A lucky break from Dutch spies led to the infiltration of one of Russia's most notorious hacking groups.
Under the new bill, the state governor's appointee will fill a vacant Senate seat until the next general election.
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In a nightmare scenario for congressional Republicans, the former Trump campaign advisers indicted by the special counsel investigating Russian collusion with campaign officials will start right around the 2018 midterm elections—during the most intense time of campaign season.
The Democrats' efforts to open impeachment hearings in the House have failed so far.
He also condemned the network's use of "selective clips ... edited and shaped to promote a certain story."
The Vermont senator remains the most popular politician in America, according to a recent Harvard-Harris poll.
The results are likely to worry GOP chiefs ahead of next year's congressional midterm races.
Helpful hackers proved they can easily mess with voting machines and databases. That's not the only worry, a new study finds.
An in-depth look at America's election system shows how woefully unprepared the nation is for another attack.