"When they go low, we go high." Unfortunately, during presidential elections, this isn't always the case.
These divides, such as beliefs about the reality of climate change, may not reflect Americans' attitudes toward science so much as other cultural and personal beliefs.
To really improve health care for Americans in the future, people must be given more power over their own health data, President Barack Obama said Thursday.
Roughly half of Americans believe in some conspiracy theories surrounding 9/11, while a huge minority believe in conspiracies about aliens, global warming and Obama's birth certificate.
Trump's style of interruption during the first presidential debate might not win supporters.
The percentage of Americans who oppose the death penalty is the highest it's been in decades, according to a new poll.
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