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More Posts on Hillary Clinton
Stop assuming you're entirely right and start trying to understand the people you believe are entirely wrong.
Because Facebook's newsfeed algorithm gives you the news you 'want' to see, it's an echo chamber of your political biases.
The cybersecurity worries of private business pale compared to the potential of hackers undermining trust in an accurate vote count.
Researchers have determined what constitutes a "full apology.'' We're sorry to tell you both candidates fall short, though one more than the other.
When it comes to discussing politics, simple listening is your safest option.
While social media played a role in both the 2008 and 2012 elections, the influence of platforms such as Facebook and Twitter in previous election cycles pales in comparison to this year.
As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump shook hands after 90-plus minutes of what was inarguable the most 'interesting' presidential debate in modern history, we asked you to call who won it.
Whether voters are with her or want to make America great again might well depend on how they're hardwired to respect collaboration or a more direct approach.
The Democratic presidential nominee has done a reasonably good job of dampening the uproar she sparked by labeling of half of Trump supporters "deplorables.''
Consider her student-debt relief mechanism, which links loan forgiveness to entrepreneurship.
You should know this without being told but putting your politics in your employees' faces is making them really uncomfortable.