Hillary Clinton and other Democrats reacted to Donald Trump’s immigration travel ban remaining on hold after a federal appeals court refused to reinstate it.
In a video for the Makers Conference, Hillary Clinton declared that the “future is female.” It is one of her first public statements since losing the presidency to Donald Trump.
Gregg Phillips, of VoteStand, is the man behind unsubstantiated claims that 3 million non citizens voted in 2016. Donald Trump tweeted about Phillips’ claim.
Clinton tenderly comforted Hillary at the Inauguration of Donald Trump. Both Clintons attended the inaugural address.
Hillary and Bill Clinton attended Trump’s inauguration. See photos of them here. We will be adding more photos as the day progresses.
Dominic Puopolo – a DNC donor whose family has ties to Hillary and Bill Clinton and whose mother died on 9/11 – is accused of making an assassination threat on Twitter for the inauguration.
Trump’s proposed cabinet has multiple ties to a campaign scapegoat.
Is Hillary Clinton attending Trump’s inauguration? If so, why? Some supporters aren’t too excited that she might be there.
With Donald Trump’s inauguration not attracting A list celebrities, Democrats are trying to organize a rival concert called We the People in Miami to show him up.
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.
The FBI’s warrant to search Anthony Weiner’s laptop for emails linked to Hillary Clinton, issued just days before the election, has been made public. Read the entire warrant here.
President-Elect Donald Trump attacked former President Bill Clinton on Twitter this morning, mocking him and the Hillary Clinton team for losing the election.
David Mulinix is the Hawaii elector who voted for Bernie Sanders instead of Hillary Clinton. Learn more about him and why he turned faithless here.
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.
Today electors are voting in 50 states and DC. Here’s how to watch the electoral college vote live online in multiple states, with links to live sessions.