Before this election is over, check out some common words used throughout every U.S. presidential election to make sure you’re savvy with the language before you head out to vote.
Just days before the Nov. 8 elections, the FBI has decided to reopen the case surrounding Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her private email server scandal.
Writer Michelle Marchante discusses the political bias that has infiltrated American journalism during this 2016 presidential election and how its turned WikiLeaks into the new whistleblower of America.
Dislike, mistrust, and biasness have become nearly synonymous with journalism, journalists and news outlets this election season. This type of attitude towards the press is one that should never exist but because it does, this editorial board has decided that instead of endorsing a presidential candidate for the presidency, we will endorse the American people.
Directed by Wayne Wang, the sociopolitical commentary that can be found in the movie, “Maid in Manhattan,” is one that continues to successfully address our society’s current political mindframe during this 2016 presidential election.
The media and Anti-Trump supporters have tried to paint a picture of Republican nominee Donald Trump only having the backing of men. Blogger Kelly Quelette breaks this stereotype and explains why Trump has her vote.
While Republican nominee Donald Trump has faced immense backlash for his derogatory comments towards women in a 2005 tape from both sides of the political spectrum, Republican Florida Sen. Marco Rubio will continue to stand by him.