The latest Cambridge Analytica expose offers more questions than answers -- but they're significant questions.
Fifteen years ago today, the war in Iraq began, kicking off a conflict that would leave hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians dead.
Let's assess Rep. Gaetz's argument for an FBI-Clinton email-Clinton Foundation special counsel, shall we?
The new Cambridge Analytica recordings don't implicate the Trump campaign, but it does serve as a reminder that constant churn bears its own risks.
I looked at the departures from the White House and I'm pretty confident that Trump's never actually fired anyone himself.
Guess what cable news network covered Stormy Daniels far less than the other ones?
Trying to figure out this Cambridge Analytica-Trump-Facebook story? I did a FAQ.
Again with the attitude that administration officials serve Trump vs. serving the country.
Let's talk about this argument that the McCabe firing necessitates ending Mueller's investigation.
An interview at Vox made me want to answer an interesting question: Did rural nonwhite voters in 2016 vote more like rural voters or more like nonwhite voters?
Trump's advocacy of the death penalty would have been perfect for his favorite political moment: the late 1980s.
Russian hackers allegedly gained access to control systems at a power plant. As with hacks of voting systems, it's easy to overestimate the scale of the threat that implies.
In the past, sustained attention on the gun debate has required legislation. Post-Parkland, students are taking it on themselves.
Pulled data from 86 special elections since Jan. 2017 to look at how shifts in turnout affect the actual results. Then I made a lot of graphs.
Finally made a tool I've been threatening to make for a while: What if the Super Bowl scores were unveiled like votes on election night?
A new report documents ways in which the administration is side-stepping objective information -- which lets Trump be Trump.
How could Roger Stone have known about WikiLeaks' possession of stolen material in the spring of 2016?
Ran through what we know about Tillerson's last five days in the Trump administration -- including how he learned they were his last days.
There were more white Obama 2012 voters who supported Trump than black Obama 2012 voters who stayed home in 2016 -- but it's hard not to consider how a small shift in that latter group would have changed the result.
Trump almost certainly hoped the tariff announcement would help in the PA special election. It didn't.
Carrying a president at a campaign event live for his entire speech? Happened when Obama stumped for Coakley in 2010, too.
It's really hard to believe that Betsy DeVos was so completely unprepared for an obvious rebuttal to her charter-school argument.
Trump: I got 52 percent of the vote among women!
Exit polls: Uh, *white* women.