2016 Presidential Election
The most famous man ever to be elected president leveraged business success into fame.
One student says Trump's election offers the chance for young people to educate themselves and organize.
"Be kind to everybody, make art, and fight the power," Colson Whitehead said as he accepted his National Book Award for "The Underground Railroad."
Awash in false conspiracy theories, protest voters and angry non-voters put Trump in the White House.
Trump will have his quickest success overturning Obama's immigration policies, but the Affordable Care Act will be cumbersome to repeal.
Women voted against Trump by one of the most significant gender gap margins in history, but their support for Clinton was tinged with ambivalence.
If Roe v Wade is overturned, women will not be able to terminate pregnancies in certain states.
He'll gut the Paris climate deal and scrap the clean power plan but wish the coal industry back into existence.
The president-elect has revitalized the U.S.'s flagging conservative movement.
Despite exchanging kind words, a bromance between the White House and Kremlin is unlikely.
The U.S. president-elect called protests "very unfair" before expressing "love" for their passion.
Russian officials had contact with Trump's team before the election, Moscow said.
If tech can make toilets smart, why can't it create a political party sensible people can love?
Donald Trump most likely will be the next president, but the AP has not yet called New Hampshire, Michigan and Arizona, and an analyst is skeptical of Wisconsin's result.
How Congress, the cabinet and the vice-president will keep Trump in line.
Liberal America didn't understand how any decent person could vote for Trump. Now he's the president-elect.
Pyongyang's main newspaper said Barack Obama's "strategic patience" had not paid off.
Chance of rapprochement between Moscow and Washington must be considered high.
Leaders of Muslim communities and organizations in the U.S. congratulated Trump and implored him to change his rhetoric and protect the rights of all Americans.
A Czech immigrant named Zdenek Gazda filmed Hillary Clinton swaying and stumbling, prompting health concerns.
"I am not the only mother who feels helpless to ease her child's plight or pain."
The Women's Equality Party says gender equality is in danger of receding further.
"Obama—an ordinary citizen once again," the headline of the satirical magazine reads.
Blue-collar whites say Trump understands how to get the jobs back. We're about to find out if that's true.
Trump won the presidency despite almost all major newspaper endorsements, including those from conservative-leaning publications, going to Hillary Clinton.
Sergei Glazyev, who is under sanctions, says a "reset" of relations is on the cards.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch asked Trump not to turn "rhetoric of hatred" into policy.
The Fawcett Society tells Newsweek that women across America must be prepared to defend themselves.
Diplomats across Europe have tried to ease fears about U.S. NATO commitments.
Putin said he hoped to work together toward the end of the crisis in Russian-American relations