With 538's new House race ranking, I figured I'd compile a look at what the three best-known ratings systems say about the state of the race for control of the House.
I went through hours of prime-time cable news shows this week to pull out 20 chyrons and graphics. Now I challenge you: Can you identify the network on which they aired?
Omarosa is combining the media savvy of Michael Avenatti with the steady drip of revelations we saw from WikiLeaks.
The cost of Trump's military parade just increased seven-fold. The cost could fund the Mueller probe -- which Trump has derided as expensive -- until the end of 2021.
To answer a popular question: Here's why former officials still have security clearances.
Trump says he's won 8 of 9 special House elections (no), is perfect in primary endorsements (no) and that his campaign visits tamp down Democratic turnout (also no).
Adjusted for inflation, average hourly wages are down over the past year.
Fifteen percent of those who approve of Trump's job performance think foreign interference in 2018 would not be a problem at all.
Pawlenty's comment that the party is now Trump's isn't wrong -- but it misses an important component.
Sarah Sanders put forward very bad jobs numbers yesterday. The president's economic analysis team said they gave them to her. That should compound public concerns, not ameliorate them.
A fifth of those who approve of the job Trump is doing as president don't like him as a person.
Sanders tried to bolster Trump's longstanding I'm-not-racist-because-black-employment argument by citing jobs numbers that were waaaaaaaay off the mark.
One anti-Trump conspiracy theory that will never die: Someone is making bots to follow him on Twitter for some reason.
Why wouldn't Manafort's team call witnesses? Does this prove a pardon is in the works?
Well, no. No it doesn't.
Trump hasn't only called women "dogs," but it's useful to remember that his response to criticism over doing so helped define his candidacy at a crucial moment.
Pulled demographic and economic data from various places to try and paint a picture of the most typical American in 2018.
A key factor when comparing Trump and Nixon in polling: Nixon's low with Democrats -- even at the point of resignation -- is a level of support Trump has rarely seen.
If The Post had reported that Trump thought Omarosa was terrible and mean and unqualified and that he kept her only because she praised him, many Trump supporters would flip out at us.
But that report came from Trump.
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What many white Americans will hear when they hear "all types of racism."
Six percent of Trump voters have grown colder toward him. Twelve percent didn't like him much to begin with.
Last September, almost none of Trump's tweets were about the Russia investigation. In October, 5 percent were. In December, 8 percent. This April, 12 percent. July, 17 percent. So far in August? 19.2.
This is an article about something a celebrity did which is actually an article about Trump's fraught relationship with race.
It was hard to give Devin Nunes the benefit of the doubt on objectivity prior to yesterday. It's now even harder.
A detailed new set of data from Pew Research Center makes very clear that nonvoters gave Trump the presidency.
Puerto Rico revised its estimated death toll post-Maria to more than 1,400 -- making Trump's attempt to minimize the storm by comparing it to Katrina look even worse.
Laura Ingraham's white-anxiety rhetoric on Fox was only surprising in that those sentiments usually air on the network earlier in the evening.