On this morning after the election, we check in with Annie Ruiz of Florida, who supported Donald Trump, and Suzanne Menarcine in Georgia, who supported Hillary Clinton.
In Asia, there's a lot of stunned reactions regionally to Donald Trump beating Hillary Clinton — and as is the case with global markets, there is real uncertainty.
On this morning after the presidential election, we check back in with a number of voters we met over the months including Diana Font of Florida, who told us she would be supporting Hillary Clinton.
While Donald Trump campaigned for the presidency, he repeatedly said he would get rid of the Affordable Care Act. What will happen to Obamacare? Also, we monitor how financial markets are doing.
David Greene talks to Renata Sago of member station WMFE, who's in Orlando, Fla., talking to early morning voters.
Ohio is a swing state and both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have been courting voters there. Some voters in Canton say this election is the most important of their lifetimes.
Kimbrough is on the International Space Station but a Texas law lets him vote in Houston, where NASA astronauts are based.
For those feeling a little sressed out this Election Day, the San Francisco Zoo is live streaming the antics of three fluffy red pandas. And, USA Today is offering photos and videos of adorable dogs.
David Greene and Steve Inskeep explore how NBC's Saturday Night Live has handled political humor this year.
Over the past six presidential elections, Michigan has voted for the Democratic candidate. Renee Montagne talks to Democratic Rep. Debbie Dingell of Michigan about Hillary Clinton's campaign.
The court voted to permit former President Ferdinand Marcos to be buried in Manila's Heroes Cemetery. Marcos' remains have been on display in a glass sarcophagus since his death in 1989.
The rallies have ended, and it's officially Election Day. Donald Trump capped off his 2016 run early Tuesday morning with a rally in the state of Michigan, an unlikely target for a GOP candidate.
The green-eyed Afghan Girl made famous when she appeared on the cover of National Geographic Magazine in 1985 has pleaded guilty to carrying fake identity papers in Pakistan.
On this Election Day, Steve Inskeep talks to GOP fundraiser Jamie Wareham, a Washington attorney who raised money for Jeb Bush in the primaries, about the possibility of a Trump presidency.
A ruling Monday in Beijing may mark the end of Hong Kong as we know it. The decision bars two young democratically elected lawmakers from taking office for refusing to pledge allegiance to China.
Hillary Clinton capped off her final campaign swing with a massive rally in Philadelphia — featuring her husband, President Obama and Michelle Obama, before holding a midnight rally in North Carolina.
To mark Renee Montagne's last week with Morning Edition, the show is revisiting some of her favorite pieces - including her profile of "the voice of Hawaii," singer Israel Kamakawiwo'ole.
Miami claims bank foreclosures in 2008 targeted black and Latino homeowners. When they defaulted, property values fell, which meant a drop in taxes. The city wants the right to sue the banks.