Even the best data inside the Trump campaign and the RNC had the candidate falling short of victory.
Stephen Baldwin and Kirstie Alley tweet their support, while others cast a hopeful or angry response.
CNN commentator Van Jones offers an emotional analysis of Donald Trump’s historic victory in the U.S. presidential election.
The real estate mogul defies the pre-election polls and wins nearly all of the major battleground states to become the 45th U.S. president.
Both chambers of the U.S. Congress will remain under Republican control when they convene on Jan. 3.
Markets are plunging on news of his election win. The big question is whether he sticks to the agenda he laid out in his campaign.
Republicans pick up a previously Democratic seat in Vermont as they inch toward their historical high of 34 governorships.
Voters in seven other states also considered proposals to expand legal access to the drug.
The conservative columnist declares that, win or lose, Donald Trump changed the national discourse “immeasurably for the better.”
Thousands of Hillary Clinton supporters in New York were beginning to show sharp signs of worry and concern.
Melissa Alt baked a cake for Donald Trump's election night party. Photos of it went viral, and raised a question.
Some observers complained that a recent tweet was unfair to voters whose grandparents were born outside the U.S.
Republican message guru Frank Luntz laments the way Donald Trump ran his campaign.
Authorities say three people were also injured following reports of an incident near a Los Angeles-area polling place.
The race's many chyrons — those captions that occupy the lower part of your TV screen — contribute to quite a time capsule.
A woman working the phones gets more than she bargains for when Ohio Pastor Darrell Scott picks up from inside Trump Tower.
Judge Gloria Sturman denies Donald Trump's call for records from a Las Vegas polling place he says allowed after-hours voting.
One hundred and forty-four years ago, the suffragette was arrested for voting in a presidential election.
The Democratic candidate hopes she and her bitter rival can set aside their differences to move the country forward.
After casting his vote in New York City, the GOP nominee quips that it was a "tough decision" to make his choice.