Although the Electoral College is in the Constitution, legislatures have the freedom to decide how to award their electors.
Minority and women candidates tend to do better with ranked-choice voting than first past the post.
Thousands of American prisoners have been protesting living and working conditions since September 9.
Democratic vice presidential pick urges strengthened background checks, closing gun show loophole, limiting combat weapons and expanding mental health services.
France's government invoked special constitutional powers to impose labor legislation that will make it easier to hire and fire staff.
The president spoke about the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
Elevation of Khalid al-Falih seen as message that Saudi Arabia is moving forward with plans to be less reliant on oil profits.
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi wants to replace some ministers with technocrats in order to combat corruption.
Arguments over the president's plan to halt deportations for millions begin Monday.
Revived rules designed to incentivize people looking for work result in the loss of benefits for 500,000 to 1 million people.
At least 7 police officers were hurt and 17 arrested in demonstration that drew thousands.
"You do not need to fear the different voices of the Cuban people," Obama said in his keynote speech Tuesday.
Panel calls for reform of all laws that "authorize, condone or lead to child sexual abuse."
The EU has proved once again why it is an affront to democracy, says a leading Eurosceptic.
The center-right modernizer could prove a challenging opponent for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras
His ruling means the Homeland Security department may not shut down—for a while.
China has developed emerging stealth fighter technology, anti-satellite missiles and now has one aircraft carrier in operation