Created by Russia’s government to offer “the Russian view on global news,” RT acted like a Kremlin propaganda operation, an American intelligence report suggests.
It wasn’t about small-state bias or regionalism. It was about the nature of the battleground states, and there was one other key element: luck.
Mr. Tillerson, Exxon Mobil’s chief executive, whose appointment is considered likely, has a relationship with Russia that could be both a strength and his Achilles’ heel.
A Steelworkers local president, Chuck Jones, said the president-elect had lied about jobs saved at Carrier. Mr. Trump fired back.
A lawyer for Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate, said in a filing that “petitioners are regular citizens” who could not afford the required $1 million payment.
Mr. Trump was widely criticized for baseless claims of voter fraud, and one of his advisers publicly denounced Mitt Romney, a contender to lead the State Department.
A gay actor in California and his father in Kentucky talk at length about how they feel about each other’s votes.
“Lock her up” was a frequent chant during Donald J. Trump’s campaign rallies, but the president-elect has opted not to pursue charges against Hillary Clinton.
In the chaos that often seems to surround President-elect Trump, his son-in-law injects optimism and reinforces Mr. Trump’s world views and instincts.
The CNN talking head emerges from the election as a popular voice.
The move could put a retired intelligence officer who believes Islamist militancy poses an existential threat in one of the most powerful roles in shaping military and foreign policy.
Holding back tears, Mrs. Clinton spoke at a Children’s Defense Fund gala on Wednesday and asked her supporters not to lose heart after a crushing election loss.
What some people did this past week, from interfaith vigils to yoga classes to group mediation sessions, once the votes were counted.
Mr. Giuliani, a loyal, often ferocious Trump backer, would be a startling choice to be the nation’s chief diplomat, given his background.
Reporters for The New York Times spoke with people across the country to understand the issues that split voters before the election, and today.
Rarely in American history has the exercise of choosing people had such a far-reaching impact on the nature and priorities of a new administration.
Donald J. Trump’s financial dealings and vast web of businesses pose a number of potential conflicts as he prepares to lead the country.
President Obama met with President-elect Donald J. Trump, saying about the Trumps: “We want to make sure that they feel welcome.”
Demonstrators marched through Manhattan toward Trump Tower, and similar protests took place in other cities and on college campuses across the country.
His surprise victory ended an erratic and grievance-filled campaign that took direct aim at his own party and long-held ideals of American democracy.
The 2016 campaign has been about changing demographics and shifting party coalitions as much as the two main candidates.