There have been five presidents who won the electoral vote but not the popular vote, including George W. Bush and Donald Trump.
Four African Americans are suing over a Jim Crow-era election rule that requires statewide officeholders to win a majority of the popular vote and at least 62 of 122 Mississippi state house districts.
The state Senate voted along party lines to join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, which would give the state's six electoral votes to the winner of the presidential popular vote.
Donald Trump won. Hillary Clinton lost. But 2016 is the election that no one — not even Trump himself — can get over.
A reader asks about the argument that electors should deliver the presidency to Hillary Clinton, who won the popular vote. They could, but they won't.