It’s the day after the US midterm elections. A record number of women were elected while Democrats regained the House and Republicans added to their control of the Senate. We break down what happened and why.
It's a record. After the midterm results are tallied, more than 100 members of Congress are expected to be women.
The 116th Congress is set to look a lot different than any previous one.
The candidates in the 2018 midterm elections were among the most diverse groups of candidates in American history. Here are the results of some races we've been watching.
Georgia's governor's race has been marked with intense rhetoric and accusations of voter suppression. We followed international election inspectors on the ground in Atlanta.
In addition to sparking public violence, political divisions have cut deeply into the private lives of Brazilian families. One week after Brazil voted in the far-right Jair Bolsonaro as their next president, reporter Catherine Osborn met up with a 35-year-old banker from Rio de Janeiro named Raquel to speak about how the election had affected her relationships.
Jollibee trades in Pinoy pride and nostalgia. Can it also capture the curiosity — and taste buds — of non-Filipino Americans?
A new analysis finds bitcoin mining uses more energy, dollar for dollar, than gold mining.