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.
The Supreme Court, the Affordable Care Act, climate change and the reopening of the pandemic economy all came up.
Additional coronavirus aid for state and local governments is a likely point of contention.
Economists often look to previous elections to model upcoming ones, but 2020 continues to break the mold.
With record voter turnout expected in this year's elections, arenas and other large venues are turning into voting “supercenters."
It was Trump's appeal to American prosperity versus Biden's "Build Back Better" plan.
The private sector isn't necessarily "running scared," says Eurasia Group's Ian Bremmer.
Kamala Harris is only the third woman in U.S. history to be nominated as a VP candidate for a major party.
As evidenced by female leaders around the world, Harris could bring changing perspectives and priorities to governing.