In 23 of 26 states, Sanders beat Clinton with independents. In 23 of 26 states, she beat him with Democrats.
If you stretched all the Republican candidacies end-to-end, this election would have started on Jan. 1, 2006.
I wrote about why the American presidential campaign lasts so long, in Italian.
CNN's spectacularly timed poll has Trump down to Clinton by a bunch -- prolonging support moving away from him.
An 1855 list from New Orleans of slaves for auction -- with handwritten notes indicating sale prices.
Record heat in Canada's oil sands area fueled a major wildfire necessitating the evacuation of an entire city.
With the calendar offering up friendlier states, Sanders is claiming he has momentum again.
The full story of the two men roped into passing out leaflets with Lee Harvey Oswald in 1963.
How the AP tabulates election night results (and error-checks the data).
Last year, I interviewed the guy behind Snopes, not imagining how busy his 2016 was about to get.
The New York Times building that named Times Square, shortly after it opened.
Truman learned of the existence of the atomic bomb about 100 days before it was dropped on Hiroshima.
On April 1, Trump led in California by 8 points, per the RCP average. Today his lead is three times as big.
I spent most of the day making a thing that tells you which candidates target which shows you watch, so please pity-click.
Republicans have asked for a divorce from their marriage of convenience to Ted Cruz.
If Bernie Sanders wants a convention floor fight, he's got it. There's no reason to think he'd win it.
This seems much more like a trend -- like using "goes" for "said" -- than an apocalypse.