The 45th president will inherit an anxious nation, deeply divided by economic and educational opportunities, race and culture.
The man admitted in court to using racially inflammatory language in a Twitter post in which he threatened to kill Obama.
The 10-member jury’s decision came after they concluded Friday that the magazine, its publisher and reporter were responsible for defamation, with actual malice.
At least 44.9 million people have cast ballots by early voting — by mail or at polling stations.
The Federal Drug Agents Foundation lists more than three dozen board directors on its website, and three of its members have extensive ties to Trump.
Investigators found bins and drawers of credit cards, keepsakes and other items at her home.
By the time he’s back on Earth in February, America will have a new commander in chief.
A criminal complaint alleges the 20-year-old told an undercover informant about his interest in traveling overseas to commit jihad.
The three were among 11 people arrested that day amid attempts to shut down oil pipelines.
The case is part of a flurry of courtroom efforts by the Democrats around the country to head off what they say is vigilantism by the Trump campaign and its backers.
Oklahoma has had thousands of earthquakes in recent years, with nearly all traced to the underground injection of wastewater left over from oil and gas production.
Indiana State Police have said they are investigating some voter registration applications submitted by Patriot Majority USA, a Washington, D.C.-based voter mobilization group with ties to the Democratic Party.
A Samsung phone user in France says her Galaxy J5 smartphone caught fire and exploded on Sunday. The model is different from the Galaxy Note 7 that has been recalled worldwide.
Todd Kohlhepp became a suspect in at least seven deaths in the days after a woman was found Thursday chained by her neck and ankle in a metal storage container on his 95-acre property in South Carolina.
A former officer retired 16 years ago, but he wasn’t forgotten.
A magnitude 5.0 earthquake centered near one of the world’s key oil hubs brought down building facades and shattered windows.
Reno died from complications of Parkinson’s disease.
The quake was felt as far away as Kansas City, Missouri, and Little Rock, Arkansas.
Prosecutors on Sunday released the names of the three who were killed.
The email was among about 2,000 messages published Sunday by WikiLeaks. The emails were hacked from Podesta’s private account.