Voters went to the polls in a divisive presidential election roiled by anxieties over race, class and the fundamental integrity of the American electoral system itself.
The Trump Era
Tracking the Trump administration: campaign; Nov. 8, 2016; the first 100 days; and beyond
Nevada judge tosses Trump campaign early voter lawsuit
The Trump campaign wanted to preserve the personal information of poll workers they alleged kept polling stations open two hours past closing time in areas with larger minority voting precincts.
How to (really) steal an election
Reveal looks at the technology we’ll be using to vote next month, and whether the trend toward internet voting makes our ballots more vulnerable.
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Voting rights – and wrongs
This presidential election is the first since the Supreme Court gutted historic voter rights protections. Reveal examines the impact of state laws that rushed in to fill the void. Are they fighting fraud or changing election outcomes?
Bordering on insecurity
On this episode of Reveal, our joint investigation with The Texas Tribune profiles federal border officials who were arrested for or convicted of acts of corruption that allegedly compromised their mission to stop crime and keep their country secure.
Water world: Rising tides close in on Trump, the climate change denier
Climate change has barely registered as a 2016 campaign issue, but in Florida, the state which usually decides the presidential election, the waters are lapping at the doors of Donald Trump’s real estate empire.
Trump company sought to certify workers who came to US illegally
Despite Donald Trump’s hard-line stance against illegal immigration, his development company acknowledged that it tried to get permanent work certifications for Ecuadorean stonemasons who entered the U.S. illegally.
Portraits of a Trump supporter
With data from online pollster YouGov, we take a cogent look at Donald Trump’s supporters. We found out who they are and what they care about.
Fear and loathing in the age of Trump
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign slogan may feel like a nostalgic look back on an idealized America to his supporters. But that vision wasn’t ideal for everyone.
These people donated to Donald Trump even though he said not to
Donald Trump has made it clear: He’s very rich. He doesn’t need – or want – his supporters’ money. But that hasn’t stopped thousands of people from all 50 states from donating to the Republican’s presidential campaign.