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The next big debate in gerrymandering may be whether nonpartisan maps should strive for partisan symmetry, or whether they should try to avoid political considerations altogether.
A global tit-for-tat on trade could crimp economic growth, undermining the stimulative effects of President Trump’s deregulation push and his signature $1.5 trillion tax cut.
New evidence that exit polls are a very flawed vehicle for doing post-election analysis.
Silicon Valley wants to save cities. What could go wrong?
When you examine immigration policies around the world, the U.S. focus on family stands out.
To understand the wild swings on Wall Street, consider a farm town, a long drought and the cost of flood insurance
For cities fearing an undercount, the 2020 census has already started.
Democrats seemed not to believe that they would be allowed to strive for partisan balance in addressing Republican gerrymandering.
Broadly defined, sexual harassment is surprisingly pervasive, a new survey finds, and men are targets, too.
New research from McKinsey suggests that for the economy to become more productive, demand matters.
A proposal would allow people to collect Social Security after a birth, but there’s a catch.
Democrats couldn’t have asked for much more from the new map.
Lack of dental care through Medicaid not only harms people’s health, but has negative economic implications as well.
Inflation has become a worrisome byproduct of a healthy economy. This is how price increases can start with demand for building materials and translate to the price of chicken.
For its forecast to come true would require productivity improvements not seen in decades and an atypical policy on interest rates.
President Trump’s tendency to insult others on Twitter is well-known. But the list of things that he has publicly praised is just as revealing.
Treatment foremost, but also support for a host of other solutions, including more interdiction.
There are many ways to compare which country is ahead in the medal count. These charts include them all.
It’s very hard to change people’s minds, especially when so many are already committed partisans.
Forecasts show many millennial women won’t fulfill their wishes on family size, and the biggest declines are in Western states.