A new survey of experts and average Americans shows a decline in perceptions of the health of US democracy around the time of President Trump's impeachment.
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A legal historian and constitutional law scholar discusses the role of executive power in addressing the coronavirus crisis.
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Black men reported experiencing fewer poor mental health days after the 2008 presidential election of Barack Obama. Black women reported more.
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People who pay more attention to media coverage of what President Donald Trump eats are more likely to buy some fast food in the near future.
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A law professor and former federal prosecutor explains what's going on with the impeachment proceedings in Congress and what's next.
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President Ronald Reagan's 1987 call to Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to "tear down this wall" came close to being left unsaid.
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Only three past presidents have been seriously threatened with removal from office. A historian compares those situations to the current impeachment inquiry.
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This podcast episode explains how impeachment works, its history, and where things could be headed with the current inquiry against President Trump.
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"...the Justice Department has veered away from its long track record of vigilance on behalf of the republic," argues law professor Kathleen Clark.
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Since Donald Trump took office as the 45th President of the United States, there has been a 45-percent increase in tweets about embarrassment.
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