You might expect turnout to drop without Barack Obama on the ticket. But reality was much, much worse . . .
The November jobs report dampens hopes that the economy was on the brink of a true boom.
Liberal economist Paul Krugman can't make up his mind about why he opposes Donald Trump.
Hillary Clinton makes dishonest claims about economic policy, including studies on the phenomenon of "quarterly capitalism."
Hillary Clinton's proposed tax increase, as Donald Trump said during the presidential debate, would be one of the largest in history.
To follow up on Rich’s point that, as Trump’s numbers rise nationally, the picture of how he’d win the states he needs becomes clearer, too, I recommend Nate Silver’s piece ...
Mother Jones's Kevin Drum takes issue with my argument that moderators shouldn't try correcting candidates.