Four state polls for Clinton out today show her gaining against the poll average relative to Monday.
Here's a theory of why the garbage surveys are getting so much traction.
I pulled a year-and-a-half of Trump tweets to figure out why prompts his late-night fusillades.
Clinton's millennial problem isn't about turnout, it's about support.
Tried to balance recognizing the joke factor of Trump's "who's a non-Christian" comment with its undertones.
It's worth remembering that the Lewinsky scandal caused a big upward spike in Hillary Clinton's favorability.
Google pushes voter registration and sees a Spanish-language spike, especially in Florida.
"Virtually every alt-right Nazi I know is volunteering for the Trump campaign."
Donald Trump's (unpaid) transition team is bigger than his actual campaign staff was over the summer.
Exploring Trump's twin arguments last night that Google is trying to make him lose and is proving that he's winning.
Plurality of Trump supporters say harsh political language is justified; also that both sides use it equally.
I have some policy questions about Trump's pledge to make every dream come true.
More people watched the debate than ever before -- but it wasn't even in the top ten relative to population.
Since it came up last night: How Scotland turned Trump into a climate-change denier.
Trump won the debate, according to nonsense polls of the sort Trump has repeatedly embraced.
Lots to choose from, but I think one answer Trump gave best demonstrates why he lost the debate.
Trump inspired a lot more chatter on social media, but that's probably not a good thing.
All of Fahrenthold's scoops are remarkable, but even by his standards, this one is a doozy.
Why is Clinton viewed as less honest than Trump? In part, because of Democrats.
How Donald Trump talks about a mass shooting depends on its political utility.