The Clinton camp also said it is "fully aware" that the outcome of the election is unlikely to change.
An overhaul of Medicare must be part of efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, according to House Speaker Paul Ryan. His plan would ask insurers to sell Medicare policies on exchanges.
The Australian media have been closely following the American presidential election. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Sydney radio host Richard Glover about the perspective from down under.
As President-elect Donald Trump huddles with his transition team in Manhattan, New York's top politicians are fighting Trump on his policies, especially on immigration.
NPR's Scott Simon and Ron Elving discuss the shape of President-elect Donald Trump's administration so far and what priorities he'll likely pursue early on.
Donald Trump dressed down TV execs one day, and tried to rehabilitate his relationship with the press the next day by sitting down with the New York Times.
Many people who are grateful for Obamacare are also frustrated by it. Three voters weigh in about their hopes and fears for the Affordable Care Act under a Trump administration.
Voter turnout tends to be higher in battleground states, as well as those with same-day registration. These charts show what that relationship looks like.
The Democrat now leads Donald Trump by more than 2 million votes, as counting continues in California. But don't expect electors to overturn the result or for the Electoral College to be eliminated.
Rep. Carlos Curbelo won re-election in an area that went overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton. Now he faces challenges in backing his constituents' interests while working with a Trump administration.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Washington Post reporter Craig Timberg about the role of Russian propaganda and the flood of "fake news" this election season.
Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate for president this year, has pledged to request recounts in swing states that Donald Trump narrowly won. Stein claims it's an effort to ensure the integrity of the results. But experts say there's no evidence of hacking or other irregularities. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Shane Harris, correspondent for The Daily Beast.
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and Brookings Institution and David Brooks of The New York Times. They discuss what a Trump presidency could look like based on his cabinet appointments thus far, and whether Democrats have a geography problem, given that Hillary Clinton now has a lead of around 2 million votes over Donald Trump.
Stein says she will demand a recount in three states: Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan, and the deadline to file for a recount in Wisconsin is today.
Unlike many people in Trump's inner circle, Donald McGahn has deep roots in the nation's capital. He led the Federal Election Commission and worked for the National Republican Congressional Committee.
After an especially brutal election season, many dreaded — or even evaded — the difficult family conversations at Thanksgiving. Now, with the holiday in the books, listeners tell us their stories.
For many who had thought they knew what to expect — either from the election itself or from a prospective Trump presidency — this is a time of transition to reality.
As Donald Trump seems to modify and tone down several of his more hard-line campaign promises, Steve Inskeep checks in with one of Trump's most constant critics, Jonah Goldberg of the National Review.
Steve Inskeep talks to political scientist Paul Gilje of the University of Oklahoma about where President-elect Donald Trump fits into the larger history of populism in the U.S.
President-elect Donald Trump has promised to bring back manufacturing jobs — even to union members who've historically supported Democrats. But it's not clear how or if Trump can deliver.