The Donald Trump Election Brag Tracker
How long has it been since the president reminded us of his “massive landslide victory”?
Dreaming of Hillary on the Campaign TrailHow a New York Times reporter became an “unwitting agent of Russian intelligence.”
One of the Data Scientists Involved in the Cambridge Analytica Mess Now Works at Facebook
Project Lakhta and Russia’s Plan to Screw With AmericaA new set of indictments from the special counsel’s office lay out how Russia meddled in the 2016 election.
Electoral FraudPresident Trump disbanded his election integrity commission, but Republicans will keep fighting to suppress Democratic votes.
Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission Is ImplodingA Democratic member is suing his colleagues, alleging they’re violating federal law.
The DNC “Cancer” Is Donna BrazileCraven insiders—not joint fundraising agreements—are what’s destroying the party.
Clinton Ally and Former DNC Chairwoman Turns Tables, Accuses DNC of Rigging Primary Against Bernie
Incompetence or a Cover-Up?Georgia destroyed election data right after a lawsuit alleged its voting system might have been hacked.
This Bill Would Help Stop Russia From Buying Online Election AdsBut will Congress pass it?
What Was Russia Up To?Here’s what we know about how Russia tried to use Facebook, Google, and Twitter to sway the 2016 election.
The Malicious Election Tweets Had a TargetAs Twitter faces scrutiny from Congress, a new study suggests a misinformation campaign used the social network to home in on swing states.
A Lil’ Bit of Momentum Is Building for Devin Nunes to Get Canned From the House Intelligence Committee
America’s Voting Systems Are Highly Vulnerable to HackersAnd we’re doing nothing to protect them.
A Documentary in Which Everything Is a LieOur New President retells the 2016 campaign through Russian propaganda.
A Timeline of Carter Page’s Contacts With RussiaThe Trump campaign adviser’s foreign dalliances, explained.
The Audio Book Club
What HappenedSlate critics discuss Hillary Clinton’s gutting memoir about the 2016 election.
Hey Look, It's Another Contact Between the Trump Campaign and Someone Connected to Russian Hackers
Twitter Could Do a Lot More to Curb the Spread of Russian MisinformationProtecting democracy means making sure voters have access to reliable information.
Facebook Was Built for ThisThe gargantuan social network enabled Russian interference in the election, and it will do it again.