Millennial Muslims reacted to Donald Trump winning the presidency. Though Trump did eventually step back on his vow to implement a complete ban on Muslim immigration, many Muslims are concerned about what his presidency may bring.
President-elect Donald Trump has said confusing and contradictory things when it comes to the economy. So what do we think his actual economic agenda and policies will be? Probably the most certain thing — Trump likes to build things. And he's pledging to spend money on infrastructure rebuilding roads, bridges and schools. More broadly, he's sent some strong signals about changes in trade and immigration policy.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, a Republican and Donald Trump supporter, about the 2016 election and what it means for the Republican Party.
Following Donald Trump's victory Tuesday, many undocumented immigrants are uncertain and anxious about their future under his presidency.
The GOP pulled out a surprising win largely on the strength of white working class voters, but not solely. NPR explores whether this represents a new winning coalition for that party and what might have happened to the Obama coalition.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Allan Lichtman, professor of history at American University, about his prediction model and the vagaries of polling.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Republican Rep. Warren Davidson of Ohio, who replaced former Speaker John Boehner last year, about Trump's win and what the Freedom Caucus is hoping to accomplish.
Americans who supported Donald Trump share their reactions to his victory and what they hope he will accomplish.
President Obama plans to meet with President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday to discuss the smooth transition of power. That transfer could mean an abrupt reversal to much of what Obama has accomplished in the last eight years.
President-elect Donald Trump has talked a lot about what he plans to do on his first day in the White House. We play some of his comments from the campaign trail.
Donald Trump prepares to take the reigns of power as the 45th president of the United States after defeating Democrat Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's election.
NPR takes a look at how President-elect Donald Trump might govern, and what his priorities might be in the first days of his administration.
Tuesday night's election delivered the GOP control of both the House and the Senate. NPR takes a look at what this new level of control could mean for the Republican agenda.
After months of criticism, top congressional Republicans were quick to congratulate Donald Trump's win and promised to work together to enact GOP policy priorities.
Europe's far-right politicians were quick to congratulate Donald Trump. Populist parties across Europe share his views, and analysts warn they will be emboldened by his win.
Reaction to Donald J. Trump' victory was emotional at SciTech High in Harrisburg, Pa.
Kamala Harris and Catherine Cortez Masto made historic inroads on Election Day, becoming, respectively, the first biracial woman in the Senate and the first Latina senator.
Special coverage of Hillary Clinton's concession speech, with NPR hosts and reporters. Clinton took the stage Wednesday to make her first public statements after losing the presidency to Donald Trump.
Finally it's over: a process that began more than a year ago, kicking off with a primary that included close to 20 Republican candidates and six Democrats. Here's a montage of memorable moments.
Fresh Air discusses the 2016 election with Atlantic Magazine correspondent James Fallows, who spent three years flying his own plane to small towns across the U.S., reporting on the people he met.