A story about an island near Seattle, the first Trump to vote in an election and Massacre Bay.
I don't know anything about the entertainment industry, so I asked someone who did about this Trump-producer thing.
The White House made an augmented reality app that works on money.
Pew asked voters who won the election, and most people knew! With a bit of an exception.
America would like Trump to be more cautious now, thanks. (Good luck with that, America.)
Among the incorrect pre-election predictions: The markets would tank if Trump won.
I made a Chrome extension that uses offshoring data to apply Trump's proposed tariff to products at Amazon and Walmart.
Apparently I missed that the Times made a choose-your-own-adventure about bees.
An important story about the risk to one city of climate-change-linked flooding -- and fantastic presentation.
On Google and on Reddit, people use "merry Christmas" far more than "happy holidays."
Trump still, post-election, is saying the murder rate increased the most in 45 years. It didn't.
Most people of the year are white men in politics. Since 1976, every president-elect has won, save H. W.
Why Democrats may be cool with their congressional leaders dragging their heels on everything Trump tries to do.
I wouldn't get my hopes up about an electoral college revolution, guys.
The Tribune posted a critical interview with the CEO of Boeing right before Trump's tweet.
Why would Trump sell his stock? One possibility: A lot of his assets are buildings. Needed liquidity for the general.
Clinton voters are four times as likely to say they dislike both candidates as Trump voters.
The Pentagon figured out a way to save $125 billion. But then it decided it didn't want to.
Where the Trump vote and the decline in the number of uninsured overlap.
Ivanka Trump would like to be an influential insider and also the outsider running Trump's business.
Reviewed what Donald Trump watches on TV, based on what he tweets about.
Trump's lawyers in a recount filing: The election was "not tainted by fraud or mistake."