Election Day is here! See where Romney and Obama stand in the polls, make your final decision, then sit down tonight and play our Election Day drinking game.
Political candidates have millions of data points on who we are, where we live, and what we want as voters. And this is great when they’re campaigning–but it presents a big problem when they need to govern. Read on to learn more about the big problem with big data.
Last night, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney had their final debate. It was about foreign policy, which they decided to talk about that some of the time. Our friends at theSkimm give us the scoop on what else happened.
Missed the debate last night? Wondering why “binders of women” keep showing up in your Facebook feed? Our friends at theSkimm give us the scoop on what you need to know about the latest Romney/Obama showdown.
Ever wondered what really goes on inside the White House? We sat down with Jodi Kantor, author of The Obamas, to get a surprisingly honest inside look at the First Couple—and some of the career lessons we can learn from them.
Tired of reading status updates complaining about “Romney Hood” or threatening to move to Canada if Obama wins again? Use this five-minute trick from Lifehacker to block the posts you don’t want to read from your newsfeed.
With the race heating up and conventions underway, we’re bringing you all the election news you need to know. And, let’s be honest, some fun stuff, too.
We’ve all heard “don’t talk religion or politics in the office,” which is easy enough—until you hit election year. As we gear up for the end of the presidential race, here’s a guide to what to say, how to say it, and when to keep your mouth shut.