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?
It has been a rough couple years for Mark Zuckerberg and the company he owns. Facebook is at the uncomfortable center of the controversy over the 2016 election and how easily the company’s news algorithms were duped by the Russians. And it is also being accused of spreading fake news on its site. During the […]