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What Happens if a Presidential Candidate Dies?

The death of a presidential candidate sure can throw a wrench into the election process. HowStuffWorks Now figures out what would happen.

‘Lazy’ Americans: Is U.S. Voter Turnout Really Too Low?

Is voter turnout in the U.S. really too low? Find out why the U.S. voter turnout may not be that bad at HowStuffWorks Now.

Why does the U.S. have an Electoral College?

Why does the U.S. have an electoral college? Find out how the Electoral College system works and why the U.S. uses it.

How do caucuses work?

Presidential candidates face their first big test during the Iowa caucuses. Our primer explains the workings of this piece of the election process.

How do new states become part of the U.S.?

How do new states become part of the U.S.? Find out how new states become a part of the U.S. at HowStuffWorks.

How Impeachment Works

Is the U.S. on the verge of impeaching another president? HowStuffWorks looks at the process to remove the leader from the highest office.

How FEMA Works

FEMA has been providing emergency relief for hurricanes, earthquakes, toxic contamination and more since 1979. Read more about how FEMA works.

Trump's Not the First to Push a Party Off a Cliff

It might seem like the U.S. is in the midst of a historic political party meltdown, but U.S. presidential politics have gotten pretty crazy before.

How City Councils Work

City councils have a lot of responsibilities. Visit HowStuffWorks to learn all about city councils.

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