Allow David Graham to explain why taking a phone call from Taiwan is tricky (much less placing one).
Voters worried about the economy (most of them) preferred Clinton in most swing states.
Trump: "I did great with everybody!"
Everybody: [guy thinking emoji]
I called a tailor to price out fixing Trump's ties so he doesn't have to use Scotch tape.
With unemployment at 4.6 percent, on that metric (if not others) Obama's record looks a lot like the previous Dem president.
Most Trump voters saw 2016 as the last opportunity to halt America's decline.
To be fair, Trump did say that he would keep everyone guessing about everything.
Clinton won the popular vote by 2.5-million plus. Trump won the electoral college by 80,000.
Took House-level presidential results and made an interestingly complex graph.
Adrian Chen looks at that report of rampant Russian propaganda during the election.
Went through news articles to find fraud cases in the 2016 general. I found four.
I made a thing where you can determine what counts as a landslide.
"I think Donald Trump conned them," a finance guy says of Trump's voters.
The distribution of various demographic traits by age in the United States.
The government will likely forgive $100 billion in student loans over the next few years.
The Atlantic interviewed scores of people who describe their jobs (and, therefore, much of their lives).
The always-great David Rees walks through a decade of not making much money doing what you sort of like.
No other modern president has gotten under 50 percent in both the primary and general.
Romney got a bigger percentage of the vote than Trump nationally and in 24 states and DC.
A possible part of the pop/electoral vote split was a link between population growth and voting more for the Dem since 2012.
Revisiting my look at how quickly Cabinet picks are usually made, in case you like watching sausage get made.