by Annie-Rose Strasser Dec 18, 2013
Consistent with other polls, new numbers from ABC/Washington Post find that people want a higher minimum wage. And they have a number in mind.
by Josh Israel Dec 6, 2013
And then the call was interrupted by an earthquake.
by Zack Ford Nov 14, 2013
Indiana voters do not seem very keen on passing a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage.
by Emily Atkin Nov 13, 2013
Even Americans from the reddest of the red states overwhelmingly believe that climate change is happening, but sixteen states are doing absolutely nothing to prepare for it, according to two studies released this week.
by Zack Ford Nov 13, 2013
Maine has had marriage equality for about a year, and a new polls hows that there haven't been any negative consequences.
by Ryan Koronowski Nov 1, 2013
Yet 41 percent of Tea Party Republicans told Pew that global warming is not happening.
by Zack Ford Oct 25, 2013
When it comes to recruiting and retaining LGBT employees, businesses in states with marriage equality and nondiscrimination protections are at a clear advantage.
by Zack Ford Oct 23, 2013
Thousands marched for marriage equality in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday as the legislature reconvened for a fall veto session, but the fate of the bill remains unclear.
by Zack Ford Oct 17, 2013
If one of Gov. Chris Christie's children came out as gay, he'd show his love by still denying them the right to marry.
by Zack Beauchamp Oct 16, 2013
A new NBC/Esquire poll says the centrists are coming to bridge the partisan divide. But sorry -- American politics doesn't work that way.