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We took a closer look at some of the economic claims made during the debate.
The presidential race has been dominated by Trump's response to the pandemic and its economic fallout.
The results from the election could remain uncertain for weeks. "And uncertainty is generally really bad for economy activity," said Brookings' Wendy Edelberg.
In the final run-up to Election Day, campaigns, parties and outside groups are rushing to spend unprecedented cash on hand.
For the first time in decades, one strategist says, the Supreme Court has been a bigger motivator for Democrats than for Republicans.
Oil and gas companies are trying to protect their interests if Biden wins.
Larry Rosin of Edison Research gives context on some of the surprising results in the latest Marketplace-Edison Research Poll.
The latest results of the Marketplace-Edison poll don't indicate much optimism among Americans after months of protests and pandemic shutdowns.
Campaigns and outside groups are spending tens of millions of dollars on legal challenges leading up to the election, trying to avoid even more damaging — and expensive — fights after polls close.
The explosion in Democratic donations has been connected to concern about the fate of the Supreme Court.