American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy revealed Season 7 of the hit horror show will focus on 2016 presidential election. Here is what else we know.
Gregg Phillips, of VoteStand, is the man behind unsubstantiated claims that 3 million non citizens voted in 2016. Donald Trump tweeted about Phillips’ claim.
The highly anticipated Inaugural Ball is here, and the world is watching President Donald Trump’s first dance with First Lady Melania. What did the style goddess wear? Click here for the best photos.
Several presidents have had poems read to help celebrate their inauguration day. Click here to read more about them.
Electoral college vs. popular vote: As the Electoral College votes, Hillary Clinton leads in the popular vote by more than 2% and 2.8 million votes over Donald Trump.
The electoral college holds the key to a Trump or Clinton win during this tumultuous election. But when do they vote and when will we know the results?
Wisconsin recount results for day 10 show that Trump leads with 95% in, but the City of Milwaukee totals are still not yet fully completed.
Wisconsin recount results for day 8 show that Trump still leads Wisconsin by about the same amount, but Milwaukee still remains a mystery.
What is the current status of the recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, as well as Nevada and an attempt to force one in Florida? They are all at different stages.
The Michigan recount was ended by a federal judge on December 7 after a state court hearing said Jill Stein has no standing to ask for one.
The Michigan recount was underway and results were clouded by ballot and polling list problems in Democratic areas, like Detroit, that went for Hillary Clinton.
Updated Wisconsin recount totals and results for day 4 and day 3 show that Donald Trump has increased his lead in the state slightly over Hillary Clinton.
Updated Wisconsin Recount Results and totals for day 2 show both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton gained net votes, but not enough to matter. Trump has inched ahead by a few more votes overall.
Hillary Clinton’s popular vote lead over Donald Trump now exceeds 2.5 million, and she has almost received the same number of votes as Barack Obama did in 2012.
Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance at the UNICEF Snowflake Ball in New York City on Tuesday night to present an award to Katy Perry.