In 2021, the Istanbul Political Research Institute found that 12% of Turks over 65 were still working, in part because pensions are not adequate.
It starts with a huge web of government data on jobs.
Wendy Edelberg of the Hamilton Project is feeling better after the election, but says the state of the economy is still "panic-inducing."
Candidates are likely to use money to double-down on TV and online advertising, and to get out the vote.
They now account for nearly a quarter of all donations. This year, they are giving more than PACs and super PACs combined
Economist Editor-in-Chief Zanny Minton Beddoes sees the magazine's forecasts as complements to traditional political reporting.
A new ruling means anyone with a felony conviction in Florida must pay fees, fines and restitution before they can vote.
Our aging voting systems are vulnerable, but can Congress act fast enough to be effective?
A professor of Latin American Studies explains why financial market players are startled by the election results.
Facebook is a powerful way to manipulate U.S. citizens. Can it change to protect its users from misinformation?