From Beats headphones' rise to prominence or a political candidate's surge in the polls to how ants and bees select a new nest site, decisions emerging from groups frequently occur without a leader.
When Facebook users see favorable comments on the social media site about a political candidate, those opinions positively influence their own views of the politician, while unfavorable comments have a negative effect, according ...
Using a new technique to analyze 52 years of international conflict, researchers suggest that there may be no such thing as a "democratic peace."
Now we know how some Senate staffers keep busy during Congress' summer recess.
When political candidates give a speech or debate an opponent, it's not just what they say that matters—it's also how they say it.
The University of Guam Marine Laboratory leads the way in research to demonstrate how scientists help managers measure the effectiveness of marine conservation efforts.
Measuring how religion affects a person's political attitudes and behavior can provide powerful insight to everyone from pundits to presidents.
A set of sophisticated online resources covering young people's attitudes to populist ideologies is now available to researchers, students and policy makers.
Think of it as tweeting for dollars.
Dr. Jenny Stromer-Galley, an expert in social media and political campaigns offers insight on how candidates used social media to their advantage during the GOP debate on September 16. She said that Carly Fiorina, one of ...