Duke reacts to Boston Marathon explosions
When two bombs detonated near the Boston Marathon finish line, some members of the Duke community had just completed the race or were near the site of the explosion.
Jon Huntsman tells students to 'enhance the lives of others' through service
Huntsman called on students to pursue public service as he outlined major domestic and foreign policy challenges.
Duke students opposing same-sex marriage largely stay quiet
Students who oppose same-sex marriage are conscious of being part of a student body that overwhelmingly supports it.
Duke students weigh on same-sex marriage debates at Supreme Court
This week, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on two cases concerning same-sex marriage.
Former Young Trustee Fairfax runs for Va. attorney general
A former Young Trustee is running for Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Peter Feaver reflects on Iraq War 10 years later
The Chronicle spoke with Feaver, professor of political science and public policy.
Duke reacts to proposed immigration reform
Members of the Duke community weigh in on the likelikhood that major changees to immigration policy would take place.
David Price, John Sarbanes slam super PACs
The role of money in politics rose to the media spotlight in the recent elections, fueling a movement to reform the influence money wields in elections.
Duke grad Mo Cowan will join U.S. Senate
Deval Patrick named Cowan, his former chief of staff, to the position, turning down former Rep. Barney Frank.
Obama faces uphill battle with immigration reform, experts say
The Obama administration is aiming to overhaul immigration in its second term.
Barack Obama begins another term with another call for national unity
Obama renewed his oath of office just before noon Monday and used the inaugural stage to advocate for a more equal and progressive nation.
Obama unveils new gun law proposal, sparks NRA outcry
The battle to reform gun control laws will soon emerge in Congress.
Voters prefer candidates with deeper voices, Duke study finds
Voters have a tendency to prefer candidates with deeper voices, even for roles traditionally considered feminine.
Duke so far unscathed by fiscal cliff
The fiscal cliff was temporarily averted, but it remains uncertain whether student aid and research grants will be cut.
Unresolved fiscal cliff could leave mark at Duke
With the general election in the rearview mirror and a fiscal cliff on the horizon, federal and state governments will likely make some spending cuts that could affect Duke.
Barack Obama wins re-election, says 'we've got more work to do'
President Barack Obama was re-elected with 303 electoral votes.
Who do Duke students want in the White House?
Check out the results of The Chronicle's election poll!
Is North Carolina still a swing state?
Now, not everyone agrees that North Carolina is the battleground it once was.
Durham bleeds blue against historically red North Carolina
Unlike its rural neighbors, Durham County has historically voted Democratic.
No vote, no problem: Duke international students find voice in 2012 race
Many Duke students are ineligible to vote in the election, but still engage in U.S. politics.
Dukies contend with Hurricane Sandy's aftermath in the Northeast
Many still lack access to basic necessities such as water, power and, in some cases, shelter.
Straight ticket ballots prompt concerns about voting
Straight ticket voting may exacerbate uninformed voting.
Duke graduate advises John Boehner on policy
Katherine Haley, Trinity ’00, has served as staffer for House and Senate members and committees on Capitol Hill.
North Carolina early voters beat 2008 election turnout
With five days to go, North Carolina voters are heading to early voting sites in unprecedented numbers.