If there was collusion between political parties or candidates, and Super PACS, then there has been potentially illegal activity, which could be prosecuted by the FEC.
New research from Pew was released this week. Surveys reveal that social media users are more likely to see political news on Twitter than Facebook.
A new study found that, contrary to previous reports, social media influences users to become more politically moderate.
A bipartisan social network hopes to help Americans talk it out.
Social networks allow us to engage with almost any viewpoint from around the world. But so often we choose to push away other opinions in favor of what we already know, or wish to believe.
Pew finds that millennials are optimistic about the future, despite being burdened by debt, distrustful of people and in no hurry to get married.
Could Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian‘s U.S. bus tour for his new book, Without Their Permission, also lay the groundwork for a later run at political office?
The White House today launched an Instagram account, Mr. Obama’s social media team tweeted.
Well folks, Election Day is finally here and YouTube has been on the ball with live coverage of everything from the Democratic and Republican National Conventions to the debates. Tonight they’ll be on top of Election coverage as well, streaming the returns live and bringing you real-time updates via a live results map.
Election 2012 is heating up and as voters across the country voice their opinions on who they think should win the Presidential race, The Fine Brothers take a look at what a lesser-heard demographic thinks about Obama and Romney—kids! Over the weekend, ‘Kids React To Election 2012’ hit YouTube. The video features thirteen kids, aged 6 to 13, discussing everything from attack ads to the Electoral College, Obama Care, and the difference between Republicans and Democrats.