Google provided The Post with analysis of the most-searched political topics by congressional district. It reinforces how important health care is in 2018.
There have been a lot of 25th Amendment explainers. This one:
• Has graphics
• Walks through all the most ridiculous possible scenarios
• Includes input from a real-life professor
Apparently pointing at black attendees near the front of the crowd, Trump revived his "what do you have to lose" line last night in Vegas.
In 2015, The Post conducted a poll asking college women if they experienced assault and, if so, if they reported it to authorities.
A fifth had experienced assault. Of those who experienced assault or an assault attempt, only 1-in-10 went to authorities.
Trump and Hannity hosted a "College Gameday" knock-off last night where the screaming fans in the background were all solidly supporting Team Trump.
Only about 1-in-4 state legislators are women -- and that's remarkably good for an institution of power in America.
The Kavanaugh nomination hasn't been moving particularly quickly by historical standards -- but there's a not-surprising reason Republicans now seem to be in a hurry.
What makes this particularly good is the specificity and intimacy. It's not in any way an abstraction.
Did Trump order the declassification of material that he himself hasn't even read?
For a while I'd been meaning to outline what we know about the origin of the Russia investigation on a timeline. So I did, looping in Ohr, Strzok, Steele, Page and the whole crew.
Blasey Ford, through her attorney, wants an investigation. Republicans say no can do. But: Can do.
The future of a loyalty-indexed, facial-recognition saturated China.
Five sitting senators voted on the Clarence Thomas nomination. Four supported it.
How sharp has the drop-off in refugee admissions to the U.S. been? Guess what, I made a graph.
Devin Nunes gave a speech last week arguing that declassifying the FISA application would help the GOP in the election. Also that "all of these riots" are "because we're winning."
Trump fans likely don't want to hear that much about the guilty pleas of his former staff and advisers and Fox is happy to oblige.
Economic anxiety? Clinton voters express more economic uncertainty than Trump voters. But moreover, white Clinton voters also express more than white Trump voters.
Kavanaugh was already unusually unpopular, especially with women, a critical constituency this year. But that's not what Trump responds to.
I compared cable news coverage of hurricanes with the actual damage wreaked. The worst imbalances were Irene and Maria, in different directions.
Remember how Trump liked to complain about the cost of the Mueller probe? What Mueller just seized from Manafort may cover most if not all of the bills.
Five Trump campaign team members have now admitted guilt to criminal charges. They've pleaded or been convicted on two dozen counts.
Mueller also has two others who pleaded guilty to charges and 26 others facing charges.
I missed this last month: The New York Public Library lets people check out ties, briefcases and handbags for important meetings and job interviews.
Targeting Google isn't only about working the refs. It's also about taking advantage of spiking partisan distrust to imply that none of your opponents act without political motivation.
The density of the foreign-born population in the U.S. is the highest in a century. More of that population is from Asia than Latin America.
Here's how that density overlaps with our politics.
I've written multiple times about the complexity of determining death tolls after a storm and about the existing estimates.
I wrote this morning about why Trump's tweets about Puerto Rico are obviously untrue.
Schumer in 2010: Obamacare will help Democrats!
Reid in 2014: Obamacare will help Democrats!
Me in 2018: Looks like Obamacare will help Democrats.
The U.S. is now the biggest oil producer in the world. Let's talk about that and also the energy-absorbing ability of methane molecules.