With the midterm election only weeks away, the shape of U.S. House districts is again front-and-center in political conversation.
Narratives about “angry” voters and an inept Clinton campaign don’t hold up.
Key fundamentals still favor the Democrats.
A new book uncovers big racial disparities in policing.
Correcting misperceptions doesn't appear to change attitudes.
White grievances affect how British people see Trump.
It's less popular than the GOP tax bill, the border wall and many, many other policies.
Could these be the building blocks of a “blue wave"?
What comes next depends on who replaces Justice Kennedy.
There are two reasons for the complexity and plenty more for why it's hard to change.