In New Book, Obama Wonders If 'We Were Wrong' After Trump's ElectionAn upcoming book by former top Obama adviser Ben Rhodes, "The World as It Is," portrays some of the former president's concerns and misgivings in the days and weeks after Donald Trump won the 2016 election.
DHS Secretary Pushes Back On Assessment That Russia Meddled To Help TrumpHomeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen told reporters she believed Russians tried to sow discord in the 2016 election, but she was "not aware" they tried to help Trump win.
Hillary Clinton In ChicagoShe was in town to join a campaign of a different kind: recruiting black women for public office.
Inside The GOP Plan To Discredit ComeyPresident Donald Trump's allies are preparing an extensive campaign to fight back against James Comey's publicity tour, trying to undermine the credibility of the former FBI director by reviving the blistering Democratic criticism of him before he was fired nearly a year ago.
Justice Dept. Taps Chicago's U.S. Attorney To Oversee Document Release To HouseChicago’s top federal prosecutor will oversee the FBI’s production of documents the House Judiciary Committee is seeking as part of a probe into the bureau’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email case.
Hillary Clinton Laments 'New Cold War' During Book Signing In ChicagoThe former Democratic presidential candidate claims Russia is engaged in a new kind of Cold War, influencing elections through social media.
Hillary Clinton Mum About Russia Indictments, During Chicago AppearancesThe former Democratic presidential candidate signed 1,000 copies of her book in Winnetka and said there's a "great" chapter about Russia.
Hillary Clinton To Librarians: Books Helped Me CopeIn her first Chicago appearance since her presidential election loss, Hillary Clinton talked little about the campaign – or President Trump -- but a lot about her two upcoming books.
Pence: Personal E-mail Usage ‘No Comparison’ To Hillary Clinton’sVice President Mike Pence admitted he used a personal e-mail address for government business while serving as Governor of Indiana.
Naperville Write-In Candidate Gets 27 Votes For PresidentA Naperville man has accomplished something most of us haven’t; Phil Seeberg ran for president, and got more than just his own vote.
Trump Slams Recount Push As 'A Scam,' Says Election Is OverPresident-elect Donald Trump on Saturday condemned a growing push to force recounts in three states pivotal to his Nov. 8 victory, confronting the Green Party-backed effort for the first time even as he worked to address key Cabinet vacancies.
Jill Stein Fundraising To Launch A Recount Of Votes In 3 Key StatesGreen Party presidential nominee Jill Stein is launching a recount effort in three key states.
Baffoe: If You Wanted Less Politically Vocal Sports Figures, Wrong ElectionSports are always political, and there's no reason for athletes and coaches to #sticktosports.
Divisive Election Prompts Some To Hit "Ejector Seat" On Facebook FriendsSome social media relationships were fractured during the contentious presidential campaign, with a lot of “unfriending” and “unfollowing” happening on Facebook.
Emanuel Not Worried That Trump Presidency Will Cost ChicagoMayor Rahm Emanuel was disappointed with Hillary Clinton's defeat in the Presidential election, but he tried to find a silver lining in Donald Trump’s victory in the race for the White House.