Make informed decisions. Try the FT.
Add this topic to your myFT Digest for news straight to your inbox
Democrats control the House and Republicans tighten Senate grip. Here’s how it happened
Counting continues in final races
Next-level tools identify the players who can lead teams to victory
Public opinion is evenly split on departing the EU but some are revising their stance
England’s record run scorer renowned for his remarkable powers of concentration
Great expectations in a small window as trickle down turns into a flood
Pogba and Kanté v Modric and Rakitic: the midfield duel that will decide a tantalising showdown
Tottenham wing-back delivers the crosses that drive the team’s progress
Why France are likely to create chances and Raheem Sterling is key to England’s success
Passing prowess or counter-attacking flair: which style has been the most productive?
The French teenage star’s early goalscoring exploits outshine most of the game’s greats
Where did reigning champions Germany go wrong — and who are best placed to take their crown?
As previous champions battled to stay in, Group G rivals face a different challenge
We crunch the numbers to see which nation has the most creative players
Youth teams used as pipeline for tournament in effort to offset inexperience
We’ve crunched the data to find out who comes out on top in terms of quality and experience
We’ve got the data to answer the question in our new tournament briefing
Who is in the lead in the race for Congress?
Projections suggest hung parliament as Five Star and Northern League gain strength
German club is the envy of the world’s wealthiest teams — but is it a victim of its own success?
One-third of UK regions see output per person fall in real terms
Team’s owners are developing a global network of clubs that could transform the sport
Three polls reveal pessimism over talks and growing support for second referendum
More than 1m people aged under 25 depart while 2m over-65s move in
Soaring antidepressant usage, falling life expectancy: Blackpool embodies much of what is going wrong on the fringes of Britain