The New York Times reported a spike in subscriptions since the November 8 election, despite being called "fools" by president-elect Donald Trump for its coverage.
If you're reading about the US election, some of that news is likely to come to you from a "bot."
Bitter primaries hurt high-profile candidates' chances in the general election, Stanford research shows
A divisive political primary that receives heavy media scrutiny reduces the party nominee's chances in the general election, Stanford research shows.
An Indiana University study found that the percentage of votes for Republican and Democratic candidates in 2010 and 2012 races for the U.S. House of Representatives could be predicted by the percentage of tweets that mentioned ...
With more and more women representing the 50 states on Capitol Hill every year, many have noted that female politicians are not given the same treatment as males in the media. A recent study from a special mini symposium ...
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.
(AP) -- News organizations have unleashed a multimedia blizzard of widgets, apps, dashboards, Twitter tie-ins and iPad doohickeys for Tuesday's elections.
(AP) -- After losing viewers to cable news networks on recent election nights, television's biggest broadcasters are fighting back hard for the midterm contest.
A study examining Americans' interest in the rumor that Barack Obama is a Muslim shows that the mainstream media - particularly television - still influences the topics that engage the public.