The pattern of rallies is likely to hold during Trump's presidency, Jacob Neiheisel tells The Christian Science Monitor.


CNBC interviewed James Battista about Donald Trump's antagonistic tone he has adopted toward China.


Robert Silverman tells The Washington Post Ben Carson will reduce the level of scrutiny lenders face about how loans are distributed to minorty groups.


Arun Vishwanath tells BuzzFeed that hackers typically stay in a system, undetected, for at least a year.


The Washington Post reports on voter registration deadlines that left thousands of votes uncounted this year and links to research by Jacob Neiheisel about the impact of election day voter registration on voter turnout.


Research by Indranil Goswami that looks at the impact of suggested donation amounts on the actual amount each donor gave is explored in The Wall Street Journal.


Jacob Neiheisel appeared on CNBC's Squawk Box to talk about Trump and his cabinet choices.


Mark Bartholomew tells Fox News that this would be the first crack at making these companies liable for what shows up on our feeds.


The Wall Street Journal looks at the threats of violence that police officers face every day and interviews John Violanti.


Anne Curtis tells the New York Times that, yes, it is possible to die from broken-heart syndrome.


Many in international education are uneasy because of campaign rhetoric, Stephen Dunnett tells the Associated Press.


Rick Su tells The Atlantic federal immigration agents rely on local and state police forces to identify individuals who are in violation of immigration law.


UB police chief Gerald Schoenle says teachers should never be armed, in an interview with Wallethub.com.