Duke student Republicans and Democrats met for the first of a series of debates leading up to the 2016 presidential election. The students debated major issues surrounding the environment, Syrian refugees and income inequality, among other things.
In the first installment of "Office Hours," law professor and national security expert Charles Dunlap Jr. is interviewed by Duke freshman Ethan Miller about what actions the U.S. should take against ISIS.
In a radio interview, terrorism expert David Schanzer discusses how ISIS is moving beyond its traditional boundaries to carry out attacks. Interview starts at the 3-minute mark. Also, see this commentary from Bruce Jentleson. At the 25-minute mark of this show.
Political analyst Mac McCorkle explains why Donald Trump and Ben Carson are receiving so much support and why Jeb Bush is struggling.
Mac McCorkle, a political analyst and public policy professor at Duke, compares the content and tone of the first Democratic presidential debate to the previous Republican debates.
In honor of a campus appearance by co-founder of the Onion, Polis challenged students to come up with their own satirical headlines. Here are the winners.