In the red vs. blue political struggle, which areas are seeing more job growth?

Many voters backed President Donald Trump on the promise of new job growth in their respective parts of the country. But a report from the Associated Press shows that hasn't been the case – instead, it's the places who backed Clinton in 2016 that are reaping the benefits of rising employment.
Nick Dindash, 78, who supports Donald Trump, poses for a portrait at his home back on Aug. 13, 2016 in Windber, Pennsylvania. The small Western Pennsylvania town of just over 4,000 residents was founded as a company town for nearby coal mines, most of which have closed.
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Do Democrats need to rebrand?

Nov 29, 2016
Some want fresh faces post election.
Hillary Clinton greets staff and supporters after addressing them at the New Yorker Hotel after her defeat in the presidential election.

What can the tech industry expect in a Trump administration?

Nov 9, 2016
The president-elect wants to bring Apple's manufacturing back to the U.S.
Republican Presidential-elect Donald Trump gives a speech next to his Vice President-elect Mike Pence during election night.

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.

Political email hacks raise awareness about corporate email security

Nov 1, 2016
Hillary's not the only one whose email account could attract hackers.
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Clinton unveils anti-bullying plan for schools

Oct 28, 2016
Bullying has been a big problem in schools for a long time. But teachers say the the ugliness of the election has made things worse. Today, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will outline a proposal to dole out $500 million in federal funding to states that agree to develop anti-bullying programs. The funds would pay […]
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally with first lady Michelle Obama at Wake Forest University on Thursday in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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One company says Trump masks are outselling the Clinton ones this Halloween

Oct 27, 2016
Rubie’s Costume Company has a theory as to why they’re so popular.
CHICAGO, IL - OCTOBER 19: Masks depicting Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton are offered for sale at Fantasy Costumes on October 19, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. 
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Tracking market reaction to the 2016 election

Oct 24, 2016
How did markets respond during the first presidential debate?
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump (L) and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton wait to begin the first US Presidential Debate at Hofstra University September 26, 2016 in Hempstead, New York.

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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Let's do the numbers... on the debt

Oct 20, 2016
Losing sleep over the deficit & debt? Don't worry...yet
As the number of the current U.S. national debt is seen on a screen, Federal Reserve Board Chair Janet Yellen testifies during a hearing before the House Financial Services Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. 

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