Voters on Nov. 7 turned away from candidates with extreme views in key races, signaling a potential shift in priorities as 2024 looms.
The candidates’ ages are a concern for many ahead of the 2024 elections, but significant life experience has its advantages, USC experts say.
USC Price School Provost Professor Jeffery A. Jenkins puts the speakership battle in historical context.
Study suggests shutdowns also make
it harder for the government to retain workers.
New USC Price School research shows how shutdowns hamper policy implementation, damage morale and cause employee turnover.
USC Price professors and other experts put the latest impeachment inquiry in historical context.
Congress designates Sept. 17 as a day to recognize the value and history of the guiding document.
Triston Ezidore, a USC Dornsife political science major, balances classwork with his duties as a member of the Culver City school board.
Tyler Titus, the first openly transgender elected official in Pennsylvania, is focused on expanding opportunities in government for the transgender community.
Darius Lakdawalla testifies before the U.S. House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Health, discussing biomedical innovation and patient access.