The major issues the five national news networks were talking about day-by-day during 2017.
The focus on black women after Alabama made me want to look at diversity in the parties over time. Be smart: They are very different!
Despite everything we've learned this year, about as many people are worried about Trump collusion as in March. But this is not an accident.
In Nov. 1920, someone sent a turkey to the White House inside a miniature replica of the White House.
The giant pile of regulations Trump stood next to today was too big for the number of regulations.
A propos of nothing, here's what you should be doing now to prepare for a nuclear strike.
Rubio balking on the tax bill adds another layer of complexity to the now-very-weird math of getting it out of the Senate.
Took three timelines -- what Trump said about Putin, what he said about interference and what we know his campaign was doing -- and overlaid them.
In March, 8 percent of those who trust Fox News the most viewed Trump unfavorably. Now, 37 percent do.
Outside of any of the looming Mueller questions, this is a remarkable assessment of Trump on Russia.
Things on which America is ahead of schedule, per Trump:
- GDP growth, somehow
- Tax cuts (as of May)
- The wall
- Being made great
Bannon encouraged Trump to lean in to Moore and to focus on his base, helping keep his approval low. Maybe stop listening to him?
Jones won 12 counties that Clinton lost. In 11 counties -- 10 of them he lost -- he got more actual votes than she did.
Men in Alabama voted for Roy Moore. Women in Alabama voted for Jones -- and if they had kids did so by a 2-to-1 margin.
Never say never!
Instead say "extremely probably not," as in, "Roy Moore's hope for a victory via recount is extremely probably not going to happen."
The looming demographic problem for the GOP arrived in Alabama much earlier than expected.
On Monday in Alabama, Bannon talked of the 'Trump Miracle' on the economy and borders. I guess that makes this article somewhat blasphemous.
Trump's defense against Mueller is partisanship, and it's paying off.
How the Senate math looks for 2018 depending on what happens tonight.
The White House promised a list of eyewitness rebuttals to those accusing Trump of sexual misconduct. Here's a running list of what we've got so far.
The number of Americans identifying as Republican dropped 5 points over the last year while the number of Democrats held steady.
Tried to figure out who knew about which lies Flynn was telling and when.
The White House offered a very questionable statement in response to Trump accusers appearing on NBC today.
Two polls in Alabama show a 19-point spread in the projected result. Here's why.
Context for Trump's Mississippi trip: Most black Americans think he's biased against people of color.
Trump, in April: Wow, I'm at 50 percent.
In May: Hey, I'm at 48 percent.
Last month: Oh look, I'm at 46 percent.
Today: Anyway, 45.
Let's look at Trump's remarkable unpopularity given how low unemployment is, shall we?
A brief recap of the various other things that Roy Moore has done that would be extremely problematic for more politicians.