Former campaign chairman Paul Manafort checks the podium at Trump SoHo Hotel on June 22, 2016 in New York City.
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Who wants a job?

Nov 10, 2016
Today, we're reading the exit poll demographic tea leaves as President-Elect Donald Trump turns to filling out his administration and cabinet.
President Barack Obama shakes hands with President-elect Donald Trump following a meeting in the Oval Office November 10, 2016 in Washington, DC. Trump is scheduled to meet with members of the Republican leadership in Congress later today on Capitol Hill.
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We made it to Election Day — what's next?

Nov 8, 2016
Donald Trump inherits a growing economy, and the income and wealth gap that comes with it.

Mayors around the country weigh in before the election

Nov 4, 2016
They share their concerns about the economy.
Traber thinks Corvallis, Oregon, will go with Clinton, while Carter-King thinks a Trump majority is likely in Gillette, Wyoming.
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Big Food spends big money on the candidates

Nov 3, 2016
Donations usually favor Republicans, but this year Democrats lead 2 to 1.
Food and agriculture companies traditionally donate to the Republican presidential candidate. But this year, it's different.
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Retirees' economic concerns drive Florida vote

Nov 3, 2016
Florida's senior citizen population is growing, and is divided along ideological lines.
Ruthie and Frank Clark in their home in Sarasota, Florida, surrounded by photos and memorabilia from four decades performing their aerial act in circuses and exhibitions all over the world. Their stage name was "Francarro and Estreleta."
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In Arizona, both parties learn what resources it takes to get out the vote

Nov 1, 2016
The state has voted reliably Republican, but now the Arizona GOP has a fight on its hands. Both parties are spending big to get out the vote.
Trump supporters assemble yard signs at a get-out-the-vote event held by the Arizona Republican Party in Phoenix.
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Survey says both sides need to play nicer

Oct 21, 2016
In a Colby College/Boston Globe survey, nine out of 10 people called for more civility in the election.
Hillary Clinton shakes hands with Donald Trump while attending the annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.

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Presidential candidates at least agree on one thing

Oct 13, 2016
Both are looking to infrastructure investment to help create jobs.
A view of construction on a new residential building in the Hudson Yards development in New York City.
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