The Electoral College is an anachronism that should be left in the 18th century, a professor writes.
Elizabeth I, Joan of Arc, Catherine of Sienna and more fought gender rules and won.
Failed Democratic nominee for president tells donors that Comey's announcement of a renewed probe eroded support in the Midwest.
The polls worked like they were supposed to work. If there was a problem, it was in how they were used, a mathematics professor writes.
“This election sends a message to women across the world that powerful men can sexually assault you and still be elected president.”
The Democrat's popularity among white, working-class men proved to be significantly low.
“Someone who epitomizes everything we taught them not to be is the next leader of the free world.”
“I am not the only mother who feels helpless to ease her child’s plight or pain.”
But a Siberian tiger backed Hillary Clinton to win.
Madonna sang an emotional rendition of John Lennon’s “Imagine” for the crowd of hundreds just lucky enough to be walking by or have seen her Instagram post.
Preparations reflect banks' experience dealing with the Brexit vote fallout in the United Kingdom.