News and Articles About Presidential Elections
This latest move is another example of what the social network has recently described as 'a broader effort designed to get more people engaged in the civic process.'
The vote deciding arguably one of the most crucial presidential contests to date is quickly approaching.
Between 2015 and 2016, two million people made the jump to freelancing.
With some guidelines in place, there's nothing wrong with healthy political conversations.
The Democratic presidential nominee has done a reasonably good job of dampening the uproar she sparked by labeling of half of Trump supporters "deplorables.''
Keep your word. Tell the truth. Be on time. Admit your mistakes. The rest falls into place.
While the presidential race captures headlines, congressional contests and local ballot initiatives affect you, your business and your community.
The lessons from 2016's presidential race can and should live on in the work of every brand marketer.
Independent, unaffiliated entrepreneurs will decide who wins the small-business vote in November.
Talking politics at work is often forbidden, but it might help with collaboration between employees.
The likely Republican presidential nominee may seem like a purely American phenomenon, but much like his properties, his personality can be found all around the globe.
The tech industry plans to release an open letter charting a dozen policy recommendations for the candidates running in the Nov. 8 presidential election.
Environmental activist Tom Steyer's super PAC launched with the hope of electing candidates that will work to combat climate change.
Sure, President Obama used social media to help him win the 2008 election. But 2016 is a very, very different animal. Millennials, anyone?