Trump shaped his campaign with ideas like building a border wall, banning Muslims from the country, and kicking out all 11 million undocumented residents. But what does he have the power to actually do?
President-elect Donald Trump removed one of the more inflammatory positions of his campaign from his official website on Election Day: the "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States."
White Americans and white Brits have been stirred up by rhetoric that normalized racism, misogyny, and homophobia, and pushed, again and again, the idea that their nations were exceptional places.
The Crisis Text Line recorded double the number of normal incoming texts in the 24 hours surrounding election night.
Short answer: It looks bad. But what's the long answer?
Campuses have also reportedly been marred with pro-Trump graffiti and lines like: "Fuck your safe space."
Weed did well at the polls, but the national picture is a murky one as Donald Trump—not necessarily a traditional drug warrior but very much a law-and-order guy—makes his way to the White House.
From Memphis to Tampa to Pittsburgh to Brooklyn, here are some reactions from the latest American election from the mouths of the Americans themselves.
You can watch the whole awkward affair live and imagine what the future will be like when Trump gets ahold of the POTUS Twitter account, along with the nuclear codes.
Regardless of their prospective differences, Trump and Trudeau would be just another pairing in a long list of presidents and prime ministers who personally and politically reviled each other.
Anti-Trump protests erupt nationwide, Muslim ban proposal removed from Trump website, South Park quickly rewrites post-election episode, and more.
Ten years into Mexico's drug war, the violence in Acapulco rages on.
Following Secretary Hillary Clinton's historic loss to President-Elect Donald Trump, former Obama Deputy Chief of Staff and current VICE COO Alyssa Mastromonaco reflects on the path forward.
A President Trump will be able to overturn plenty of Obama executive orders pretty much immediately after taking office, but there are some sneaky ways the outgoing president can leave his mark.
There are a lot of ways you can explain how Donald Trump won the White House. The first one is about white people.
Hundreds of students from high schools in Arizona, Northern California, Iowa, Washington, and New York have been protesting the results of the 2016 election.
California, Nevada, and Massachusetts all voted to legalize recreational marijuana Tuesday, bringing the total number of states with legal weed up to seven.
Ambulances have taken some 51 people to the hospital, some of whom are seriously injured.
The president is scheduled to speak at 12:15 PM.
America, you fucked up. But we fucked up, too.
Trump is the most powerful person in the world. What does this mean for women?
Reform advocates on the left and right saw the races as proof that the politics of criminal justice are in flux—and they should stay that way, despite Trump's win.
Clinton speaks to the media for the first time publicly in New York following her catastrophic loss to Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States.
VICE's international editors on Donald Trump's win.