Yes, the news industry helped get Trump elected — but not to the extent that Nolan Higdon and Mickey Huff argue in their new book, United States of Distraction.
I get that the GOP wants to understand why it lost the popular vote in an effort to build bridges with the frustrated majority it must now govern, but my emotions are still raw.
Fear won this election. In the House of Fear lives racism, sexism, homophobia, gun-fanaticism, and poverty.
Voters pick candidates for reasons you can’t even imagine, or no reason at all, writes Chris Hooks.
Hillary voters, though fewer in number in the deep-red Houston suburb, were more vocal.
'I just don’t like Hillary personally,' said one voter, who voted Trump at the top and Dems down ballot.
In Round Top: 'Fox News, some say they’re biased too, but they’re biased the same way I am, so I don’t mind.'
The day we thought, or perhaps hoped, would never come has arrived. Here's how it unfolded.
White Texans didn't turn up for Davis in 2014. Can Donald Trump alienate enough of them to make Clinton competitive?
Republicans ‘not as enthusiastic’ this year, say strategists.