President Obama's speech last night contained a series of economic proposals. Here's how the data and research back up or complicate his claims.
The recent Colorado race raises questions about how Bannock Street Project tactics could hold up in future contests.
Not very, but more so than it used to be. A story in three charts.
Despite the usual array of punditry, there's not much President Obama could have done in the weeks leading up to the recent mid-terms to change the outcome.
A few lessons from Colorado's Governor John Hickenlooper, one of the only purple state Democratic governors to win re-election last week.
Looking at the historical data, we can tell that voters do not seem to punish a party for running a gridlocked Congress in the next presidential election.
A data scientist's mathematical models predict a national rise of bong smoke.
And that's a much bigger deal than whether or not a few seats shift in the House of Representatives.