A.J. Delgado is a Donald Trump adviser who caused controversy on Twitter with tweets about Trump Communication Director Jason Miller, who then resigned. Learn her bio.
Final, certified 2016 popular vote totals show that Hillary Clinton had a 2.1% margin over Donald Trump, although it was driven largely by California.
Wisconsin recount results for day 11 show that totals are almost complete, but Milwaukee is still not in.
President-elect Donald Trump may transition from his personal Twitter account @realdonaldtrump to the White House’s Twitter account.
Popular vote 2016 totals and results show Hillary Clinton now leads Donald Trump by more than 2 million popular votes, although Trump won the Electoral College.
Hillary Clinton now leads Donald Trump in the popular vote by more than 1.4 million votes. Here’s how her lead is historic.
The Clinton popular vote keeps growing, but some of the margins in battleground states were very close. Are recounts still possible for Hillary against Donald Trump?
Stephen “Steve” Bannon has been accused of racism and white nationalism, in part because of his work for the site Breitbart. Donald Trump has named him a top adviser.
Michigan election results are in, but they are unofficial, and the Associated Press still hasn’t officially called the state for Donald Trump.
Protests continued into night two after Donald Trump won the United States presidency, and a white man who was accused of voting for Trump was beaten up on video. You can watch the coverage here.
Wisconsin was a gamechanger. The state went for Donald Trump when it hadn’t gone Republican since 1984. Why did Trump win Wisconsin?
Latest 2016 presidential polls out of New Mexico have some wondering whether the state is in play for Donald Trump. Hillary Clinton still leads, though.
In a final batch of 2016 presidential polls, Emerson College sees an Electoral College landslide for Democrat Hillary Clinton, who will win the White House.
Who’s on the ballot in Iowa on November 8? The race for president but also a large number of state races. See them here.
Hillary Clinton is beating Donald Trump by nearly nine percentage points in early voting results after almost 40 million Americans have cast their ballots.