As the country settles down from the upset results of the 2016 presidential election, the Clinton campaign seems to have found a scapegoat in FBI director James Comey.
One-third of Hillary Clinton supporters say Donald Trump's presidential victory is not legitimate, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Calls into crisis hotlines rose sharply after the election, mental health professionals say. While call centers try to take on the increased volume, experts lend advice to those struggling to cope with a Donald Trump presidency.
A group of female Democrats circulated a letter urging Nancy Pelosi to stay on as House minority leader, to inspire women and girls following Hillary Clinton's loss.
After repeatedly vowing to repeal the Affordable Care Act on the campaign trail, Donald Trump now says he'll keep parts of the Act. It's a decided shift in approach, but it's not clear that he could repeal these provisions if he wanted to.
From overhauling Medicare to loosening bank and climate regulations, President-elect Trump has no shortage of proposals – either his own or from other Republican leaders.
New York's IDNYC card was introduced in 2015 as a free and official proof of identification that could be obtained with limited documentation. Mayor de Blasio has vowed to protect the program's information from a Trump White House.