FiveThirtyEight

FiveThirtyEight


The home of Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight on Twitter. Politics, Economics, Science, Life, Sports.

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The Warriors and Nuggets play their stars together, while the Lakers and Clippers stagger their stars’ minutes.

Women of color have always been in politics. Now they are changing Congress.

Meet the stars of the Negro Leagues, including the greatest pitchers and batters. MLB’s long-overdue decision to recognize their statistics means baseball’s record book is finally expanding.

How many distinct ways are there to build this staircase?

Facing a Republican Party with a growing anti-democratic contingent, Democrats are debating what to do — to bolster their party and, in the view of some in the party, American democracy itself.

If you want to be a professional athlete in most sports, it helps to be born at the right time of year.

With no holes in his arsenal, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is developing into a scorer the equal of any in the league.

Can you find all four four-digit numbers and complete the table?

Coronavirus mutations have complicated our path forward. But that doesn’t mean that our current plan out of the pandemic is futile.

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Two more batches of Pennsylvania vote were reported: -23,277 votes in Philadelphia, all for Biden -about 5,300 votes in Luzerne County, nearly 4,000 of which were for Biden *With 83% of the expected vote in, Trump’s lead in PA is now just below 6 points.

Once again, immigrants commit violent crimes at lower rates than U.S.-born citizens.

Trump kept up a running commentary while Clinton was speaking, although he seldom wrested the floor from her.…

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It's incredibly rare for a grand jury to do what Ferguson's just did: #Ferguson 

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Science says toxic masculinity — more than alcohol — leads to sexual assault.

Here’s the most disproportionately consumed Thanksgiving side dish in each region:

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Anyone with questions about voter intimidation can contact the DOJ Voting Rights Hotline at 800-253-3931 or email voting.sectio @usdoj .gov.

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