President Trump’s populist candidacy and election defied the expectations of both political professionals and public-opinion researchers. In the scramble for explanations since, several influential accounts have emerged.
All this talk of the House Freedom Caucus raises Good Questions about politics like, what is a congressional caucus? And how do they work? Political science professor Kathryn Pearson helps answer this question.
Professor Scott Abernathy began with one central premise when writing his new textbook American Government: Stories of a Nation: "Our stories matter." By featuring stories he encourages students to read and understand the material and bring the diversity of students' lived experiences into the conversation.
Republicans silenced Senator Elizabeth Warren reading a letter written 30 years ago by Dr. Martin Luther King’s widow, opposing Sen. Jeff Sessions nomination as attorney general. What is the rule that could be used against Senator Warren. Political science professor Kathryn Pearson explains.