Let's all join together in a Maine hot dog stand and chant together, once, forever, for always, "Yeah!!!"
How we make calls, what we're expecting, and what you can expect each hour. Also watch with us tonight on Twitter or on the BuzzFeed News homepage, starting at 7 p.m. ET.
Personality has always been a big part of campaign politics, but the internet loves a villain to dunk on.
Why the last few weeks have been so weird and wickedly painful, for all kinds of people.
Next fall, there will be voters born after Sept. 11 — a true generational divide.
We intuitively know that Nike never, ever, ever backs down.
The Primary Results Are In For The Florida Gubernatorial Race And The GOP Nominee For Arizona Senate
These are the really Trumpy states.
Only one Ron Estes will advance.
So thrilling you might just want to throw someone off a balcony (pace yourself).
Remember the Confederate flag guy in Virginia? He won a Senate primary.
Democrats managed to avoid disaster in California.
Remember that YouTube ad with the pilot? She was up tonight.
It's Cocaine Mitch time.
A Liberal Judge Has Defeated Her Conservative Opponent In A Closely Watched Wisconsin Supreme Court Election
The race was seen as a bellwether of voter attitudes ahead of the midterm elections.
Depending on whom you ask or what you're asking about, this race is essentially meaningless or incredibly meaningful. Or both!
Hillary Clinton On Decision Not To Fire Adviser Accused Of Harassment: "If I Had It To Do Again, I Wouldn’t"
In 2007, a woman filed a sexual harassment complaint against her boss, who was punished but not fired. In a long Facebook post late Tuesday night just before the State of the Union, Clinton wrote, "The short answer is this: If I had it to do again, I wouldn’t."
The phantom feeling that something should’ve happened, but didn’t or won’t, flows through each of the central stories of the moment: Trump’s presidency, the nightmare revelations of sexual abuse, and the accumulating problems of Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. What institutional power looks like in 2018.
The wins came after a week of infighting among Democrats and Trump repeatedly attempting to drum up support for the Republican gubernatorial candidate.
Starting with Donna Brazile's book excerpt.