Donald Trump's victory has been hard enough to process for adults. For children, however, the implications and ramifications of a Trump presidency can be that much more difficult to understand.
After Donald Trump won the presidency last night, I took a klonopin and went to sleep. The next morning, I woke up and made a smoothie with spinach, banana and strawberries, but threw it all up 30 minutes later. Since I was a little kid, I’ve carried my anxiety in my stomach—and it’s only gotten worse.
After a campaign as unpredictable and improbable as this one, it somehow makes sense that the most trenchant election night commentary would come not from American TV but from our neighbors to the north.
Election day has come and gone, and now America must usher in what was once an unthinkable punchline: a Donald Trump presidency, and all the xenophobic, pussy-grabbing, bleeding-from-their-whatever policy that comes with him.
Fear and uncertainty is boiling within Muslim-American communities nationwide after Donald Trump was declared the next president of the United States.
Two Muslim Americans I spoke to expressed concern about their futures in this country.
Even as the presidential election seemed to slip away from Hillary Clinton, her campaign manager appeared before a depleted crowd of emotional supporters early Wednesday morning to say she will not concede the race–without an appearance from the candidate herself.
TAMPA—Carlos Frontela didn’t want to go to sleep. Every time Fox News displayed the latest states that his man Donald Trump won this election night, he yelled at the top of his lungs, “I believe that we will win!”
WASHINGTON, DC—Arab Americans worried about voter intimidation on Election Day are relying on a phone call to quell their fears.
Every few years, Americans practice their civic duty and take to Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to share their election selfies and "I Voted" stickers. While you're biting your nails and screaming at your TV or computer screen waiting for election results to come in, we've rounded up some of the cutest and most…
It's election night in America—with tensions running high, cable news anchors are on overdrive, making sure we see every polling line, every campaign button, and every possible electoral map permutation.
It's Election Day in America, baby! Hope you're exercising your civic right and casting your vote today! Two people who we know for sure voted: Jackie and Bill Krachala.
TAMPA—Every Election Day, Florida causes a ton of stress for the rest of America—at least, according to Vice President Joe Biden.
"I don't know how the heck you guys work this out, but it gets down to Florida, Florida, Florida," Biden said in Tampa last week during a speech supporting Democratic presidential nominee…
Three months ago, on August 5, a U.S. immigration official at the Jacob Javits Federal Building in downtown Manhattan asked me for my green card, just as dozens of his colleagues had done over the years. I handed it over, as usual – and then he didn’t give it back. Instead he added it to a large and growing pile, and…
Presidential candidates: they vote just like everybody else, except for the part where they block off major roads, hold up voting lines for hours, and draw dozens of protesters to accost them as they approach their polling place.
RENO, Nevada—Last Friday, 99-year-old Flora Greene voted at a polling station on land owned by her tribe, the Pyramid Lake Paiute, for the first time in her life, her granddaughter and great-granddaughter looking on.
CLEVELAND — Anastasia Malone and her mother, Vanetra, stepped out of their voting booths having cast their ballots for Hillary Clinton. Both wished they had better options.
The election is finally here. Can you believe it? It's time to vote! It's also time for a handy reminder: if only white people were voting, Donald Trump would be winning this thing in a landslide.