(Phys.org)—This might not be a "post-racial" era after all.
(Phys.org)—Companies that tout social responsibility and whose managers contribute to political action committees tend to provide higher returns to shareholders, suggests a new University of California, Davis study.
Wipro reported September quarter profit of 16.1 billion rupees ($300.6 million) Friday, an increase of 24 percent in rupee terms, as customers in Europe turned to outsourcing to cut costs and growth begins to return to the ...
A selection of websites, Twitter accounts, blogs and mobile apps to follow or use as the US presidential campaign enters its final stages ahead of the November 6 vote.
In mid-October, a Gallup poll of likely voters nationwide showed former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney leading President Barack Obama by a 7 percent margin. That same week, a poll by the University of Connecticut and the ...
US voters can slide their political orientation and news to the left, right or center with an elections website launched Friday by Microsoft search engine Bing.
Sean Bergan has witnessed the turbulent confluence of a heated presidential race and the free-wheeling world of social media.
Uncontested elections at 10-year high: Redistricting and uncertain electoral environment limit two-party contests
(Phys.org)—Uncontested races for the nation's state legislative seats have hit a 10-year high, according to a new study by researchers at the College of William & Mary.
With the U.S. presidential debates in full swing and the election just around the corner, the world is watching, wondering which way the political winds will blow.
Gains in voting-machine technologies could be cancelled out by errors introduced through mail and Internet voting
When it comes to the integrity and accuracy of voting systems in the United States, the good news is that widespread technological upgrades have largely eliminated the voting-machine problems that were so evident when Florida's ...