short read | May 16, 2023
If a Biden-Trump rematch comes about in 2024, it would be the seventh presidential rematch in U.S. history, and the first since the 1950s.
short read | May 5, 2023
House Republicans held the fifth-smallest majority in U.S. history at the start of the current congress, tied with the 107th and 83rd Congresses.
short read | Apr 18, 2023
Since 2000, there has been a downward trend in average effective tax rates for all but the richest taxpayers.
short read | Apr 11, 2023
After two of the largest U.S. banks collapsed in March, some have started to wonder if a new widespread banking crisis is coming.
short read | Mar 10, 2023
Nearly 107.7 million valid votes were cast in the 2022 House elections, representing about 45.1% of the estimated voting-eligible population.
short read | Feb 14, 2023
As concern about federal spending rises among both Democrats and Republicans, here's a primer on the national debt of the United States.
short read | Jan 30, 2023
The median age of voting House lawmakers is 57.9 years, while the new Senate’s median age is 65.3 years.
short read | Jan 23, 2023
In the U.S. House, Freedom Caucus members and allies have less seniority than other Republicans and are more likely to come from the South.
short read | Jan 3, 2023
Women make up 28% of all members of the 118th Congress, a considerable increase from where things stood even a decade ago.
short read | Dec 8, 2022
Only one of this year’s 35 Senate elections didn’t go the same way as the state’s 2020 presidential vote. The exception was Wisconsin.