If you were disappointed with how certain demographics voted in the 2016 presidential election, you're not alone.
For a magazine pushing 50, New York Magazine in 2016 produced some of the most talked-about journalism of the year.
Ten days after the U.S. presidential election, Mark Zuckerberg admitted that his company has a problem with proliferating fake stories across the internet.
Twitter has been front and center during this year's election season, and the Twitter-happy GOP nominee Donald Trump has had much to do with that.
Don't shop, vote. That's Patagonia's motto today. The company has closed its 29 retail locations and Ventura, Calif.-based headquarters—as well as its Reno, Nevada distribution and customer centers—to motivate employees and customers to spend Election Day voting.
In the final throes of the 2016 campaign, YouTube influencers are changing the way politicos now approach last-minute messaging.
Dearest advertising folk, if you're looking for a way to escape the country if your candidate doesn't win the upcoming election, Fallon has a pretty irresistible offer for you.
If you're tired of seeing nasty political ads running across the internet leading up to the election, Hefty has a plan to wipe the web clean of them for the next few days.