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Russia re-elects Putin for fourth term in controversial election

By Betsy Foresman
Published Mar 22, 2018
Putin won in a landslide, with nearly 77 percent of votes cast in his favor, according to Russian Central Election Commission (CEC) data.

WATCH: Former Chief of Staff for Obama talks Trump administration, Democrats, liberal arts education

By Elizabeth Campbell
Published Mar 22, 2018
Denis McDonough said Gen. John Kelly needed to act like the "team captain" in the White House.

Opinion: We need to stop defining politicians simply on their public speaking

By Molly Jenkins
Published Mar 21, 2018
From 'Murica to Obama's well-mastered pauses, speech has a great influence on voter's perceptions of candidates...for better or for worse.

Opinion: Why we should focus on America’s educational system

By Molly Jenkins
Published Mar 21, 2018
If we are going to “make America great again” we need to focus on our education system.

Opinion: Beto won’t beat Ted in senate race

By Hank Fitzgerald
Published Mar 20, 2018

If you never left our little corner of Fort Worth, also known as the “TCU Bubble,” it might seem as though the outcome of the US senate race in Texas has already been decided. Buttons on backpacks,...

Breakdown: Cambridge Analytica, information warfare

By Elizabeth Campbell
Published Mar 20, 2018
A brief explainer on all that Cambridge Analytica talk you're hearing.

West Wing woes: Trump administration sees record high employee turnover

By Betsy Foresman
Published Mar 10, 2018
The president insists there is not chaos and that "they all want a piece of that Oval office."

Aspiring Texas politician talks diversity, criminal justice reform at TCU

By TCU 360
Published Mar 9, 2018
Brooke López was 15 when she wrote the wording for Nahum’s Law after the two murderers of her friend Nahum Rodriguez were tried as minors.

Primary election results signal changes for the Democratic Party

By Paige Megyesi
Published Mar 7, 2018
Democrats gained momentum Tuesday with increased voter turnout from the last primaries four years ago, while Republicans saw little change in turnout.

Memo mania: what’s in all these declassified memos you’re hearing about

By Betsy Foresman
Published Mar 5, 2018

Memos released by both Democratic and Republican members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) tell two versions of the same story. Both memos outline Department of Justice and...

PolitiTalk: aluminium tariffs, AG turmoil, West Wing shakeups

By Michael Rogers
Published Mar 3, 2018
Join reporter Michael Rogers and TCU Political Science professor Dr. Morris Drumm for this episode of PolitiTalk.

Opinion: my thoughts after the Stoneman Douglas school shooting

By Molly Jenkins
Published Mar 2, 2018
Something must be done. But the problem is, the issue of stopping these crimes against humanity is not as black and white and we may think, or wish.