Hillary Clinton to Discuss Election Loss, Trump Presidency During CBS Interview
Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is set to sit down with CBS Sunday Morning‘s Jane Pauley for her first TV interview since the 2016 election. READ MORE
Saturday Night Live Season 43 Host Speculation: Gal Gadot? Tina Fey? Millie Bobby Brown? Hillary Clinton?!
Hillary Clinton is gearing up for a promotional blitz in support of the Sept. 12 release of What Happened, her election-themed tell-all. Saturday Night Live — coming off of its most successful season ever — is surely on the prowl for a buzzy, politically-tinged host to kick off its new season READ MORE
HBO to Turn the 2016 Election Into a Miniseries From Game Change Team
Eager to relive the 2016 presidential election? No? Well, even if you aren’t, HBO is taking us back there anyway. READ MORE
SNL: Kate McKinnon's Hillary Clinton Sings Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah'
President-elect Donald Trump was not represented at the start Saturday Night Live‘s post-Election Day episode. Instead, the series did away with its usual cold open to pay homage to Hillary Clinton‘s ill-fated candidacy as well as the late Leonard Cohen. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
If Jon Stewart Had Not Stepped Down From The Daily Show, Hillary Clinton Would Most Likely Be President
Why can’t I stop feeling like the two are related? READ MORE
Watch Hillary Clinton's Concession Speech: 'Our Nation Is More Deeply Divided Than We Thought'
Trump Wins: AP Projects Donald Trump as Winner of 2016 Presidential Election
Hillary, you’re fired: Donald Trump is projected to become the 45th President of the United States. READ MORE
Election 2016: Best and Worst Moments
The polls are closed, the ballots have (almost all) been counted and it looks like Donald Trump is on the verge of becoming your new president, America.
Broadcast and cable news networks on Tuesday dedicated hours (and hours and hours) of live coverage READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Trevor Noah Wonders If America Is More 'Disorganized' or 'Hateful' as Donald Trump Takes Election Lead
Trevor Noah found himself in an odd position on Tuesday, having to tell jokes during a live, hour-long edition of The Daily Show that aired as the presidential election headed in a direction that few pundits and pollsters had predicted. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO