We’ve just sort of accepted that investigations into the candidate who lost the 2016 election will continue into 2018. I can’t recall a time when people paid more attention, around the clock, to politics. Here’s a selection of pieces from publications other than The Washington Post, gathered to tell that story.
Source: The story of 2017, a year of political extremes, in 30 pieces
Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and senior adviser, met with nine Republican lawmakers on Tuesday to discuss issues affecting “working … Source: Ivanka Trump meets with conservative lawmakers about childcare, paid family leave
Broadcast revenue was up 4.6 percent in 2016 vs. 2015, while cable was up 4 percent. The big drivers included the Olympics and the election with the … Source: What the 2016 Election Meant for Cable News Ad Revenue
Facebook’s privacy practices have come under fire after Cambridge Analytica, a political consulting firm affiliated with President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign, got data inappropriately. The firm is alleged to have created psychological profiles to influence how people vote or even think about … Source: Facebook ads apologize for Cambridge Analytica scandal