Heavy hearts deep within the chests of millions across the nation froze with an unsuspected chill on the night of Tuesday, Nov. 8 – formally named the 56th Election Day in this democracy’ history.
Gone was the ballroom with a soaring glass ceiling, the confetti and the celebrity guest stars. Instead, Hillary Clinton looked out to a group of grief-stricken aides and tearful supporters as she acknowledged her stunning loss of the presidency to Donald Trump.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President-elect Donald Trump took a triumphant tour of the nation’s capital Thursday, holding a cordial White House meeting with President Barack Obama, sketching out priorities with Republican congressional leaders and taking in the majestic view from where he’ll be sworn in to office.
After months of name-calling, repetitive commercials and scandals on behalf of both parties, the American people have finally chosen a new president.
As other results from yesterday’s election continued to flow in last evening, Florida learned that Amendment 2 had passed with a whopping 71 percent in support.
It started with West Virginia, Indiana and Kentucky. The electoral maps were fresh and full of promise for either candidate at that point.
Florida has long been known to serve as one of the key swing states during presidential campaigns as a result of its diverse and massive population.
If a Hillary Clinton loss denies history a first female president narrative, then the unconventional, controversy-driven antics of her opponent Donald Trump may chronicle another historic tale.
On Feb. 13, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died at the age of 79 after serving on the highest federal bench in the United States for nearly 30 years. His colleagues of the court, including liberal firebrand Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, were very vocal about sadness over the passing of their longtime friend—but others outside…
(AP) — Republican Sen. John McCain, who lost the 2008 presidential election to Barack Obama, says he conceded defeat “without reluctance” even though he didn’t like the outcome.