Harvard Kennedy School researcher Joan Donovan, an expert on far-right extremism and misinformation campaigns, offers journalists four tips for covering Pro-Trump rallies and other activities.
Here are our 10 most-read posts of 2020, which supported journalists as they reported some of the decade's biggest news stories.
This collection of academic research on presidential transitions examines the consequences of a rocky transfer of power.
Barbara A. Perry, director of presidential studies at the University of Virginia’s Miller Center, offers journalists four tips for covering presidential transitions.
In the last of his Election Beat 2020 columns, Thomas E. Patterson argues that the Republican Party is in trouble.
The outcome of the 2020 presidential election is in the hands of those voters lucky enough to live in a battleground state -- but some battleground states are more crucial than others.
New research in Science delves into the rise of political sectarianism in America -- and how to fix it.
Adults with health problems or disabilities are less likely to vote but their numbers are enough to swing some elections, a recent analysis finds.
How could America’s news outlets, our guardians of the truth, be a big source of misinformation? Thomas E. Patterson explains.
The national media will call or project winners for thousands of races across the country after Election Day 2020. Here’s how they’ll do it.