Scores of national security professionals, from former military officers to civilian specialists, said during the campaign they opposed then-candidate Donald Trump. Will they consider coming into the new Trump administration — and will it have them?
Millennials now outnumber baby boomers, and they have the potential to affect elections for the next 35 years. Few of them voted in this election than did in 2012. NPR takes a look at how younger voters voted and what effect they had in the result this time around.
Millennial voters were a big factor in Tuesday's election. Hillary Clinton won a smaller share of their votes than President Obama. To find out why, we talked to young voters in Northampton County, Pa., which went for a Republican presidential candidate for the first time since 1988.
The election of Donald Trump has Democrats asking themselves why they lost and where they go next as a party. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Tamara Draut of the group Demos and Rep. Xavier Becerra, a Democrat from California.
America is reeling after a divisive and polarizing election. Protests are ongoing nationwide, publicly and privately. Some couples, including Jessica and Marty Halprin, are dealing with the aftermath in their own home.